The Message Never Changes. But Our Methods Must. If God so loved the world . . . then we ought to, too. But how? While the church dreams of old wineskins, the future is arriving, and the world around us has undergone a radical transformation. Those of us over thirty are no longer natives of a modern culture, but immigrants in a postmodern society that speaks the language of cyberspace, grapples with the implications of robotics, nanotechnology, and bioengineering, and looks everywhere but to the church for spiritual and moral guidance. But the gospel sun, far from setting, is poised to shine on this new frontier--provided we'll seize tomorrow and its unprecedented opportunities. The possibilities are limitless for those of us who choose to live as Jesus lived, as people of our time and culture. Carpe Manana helps us go native. In nine 'naturalization classes,' Leonard Sweet speeds us toward influence in this postmodern world--a world hungry to encounter the God who knows its soul, speaks its language, and loves it with an all-transforming love.