America has experienced a dramatic change in its culture over the past fifty years. America was a nation founded on Christian values. Coming out of the Great Depression and World War II, America not only survived but was strengthened by its faith. America had a reverence for God, respected the Christian Church, and acknowledged the Bible as a source of wisdom and truth. But the 1960s brought about a significant change in the attitude of Americans towards many things, including the Church and Biblical morality. As a result, America has come to a place today that looks vastly different than it did fifty years ago. America has lost its respect for the Church. America now values personal choice above God's Word. And America continues to try and remove its Christian heritage and values from its culture. America has turned away from God. So how can the Christian Church in America turn American back to God? It won't be by the ballot box or by legislating moral behavior. For Christians to turn American around we must become counter-cultural and focus our lives on being disciples of Jesus Christ. We are strangers and aliens in America and must remain in the world but not of the world. Only when Christians focus on the being the Church, sharing the gospel, and making disciples of Jesus, can the Holy Spirit use us to turn our nation back to God.