Brown said they’ve heard reports from across the country of Christian young people called “bigots” and “close-minded” because of their faith in God. “If you mention anything about Christ or if people know you are a Christian – you get laughed at.”
Brown, a graduate of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, has a long history of working on culture issues. Reach America started in 2006 while he was working on abstinence education on Capitol Hill.
His goal is to create what he calls a “Christ-Centered Counter Culture” – or C4 – to impact their communities and the nation.
“They think they are in a war for the heart and soul of the nation,” Brown said.