The Christian Underground
Those who try to revive the faith of Christians and unite them can feel at times as if they are part of a Christian underground.
Churches are empty and abandoned.
How many Christians secretly feel that Christianity cannot be revived? Churches are empty and abandoned. The inclination to mention God outside of Church can be intimidating. One can feel that it is not even worth trying, even though one wants to try. However, there are others who also want to try. Christians need to realize that they can connect on a large scale and that they do not need to hide who they are from the public.
It can almost feel wrong to want to talk about Christianity and think of uniting Christians because of the way society has made Christians feel. Christians have been made to feel that they should keep their beliefs quiet. They have been made to feel that their beliefs are antiquated and have no place in modern society. Those who do try to revive the faith of Christians and unite them can feel at times as if they are part of a Christian underground.
However, what starts as a whisper on the street, in a taxi, or at a basketball court could burgeon into a large-scale movement. The change two or three try to make in one place could quickly be connected to what two and three try in another, and what seemed like an impossible effort that no one wanted to pay attention to could gain national attention. It is not hopeless or too late for Christianity. Every Christian who reads this can start making a difference now.