Dallas is the epicenter for the national tranformation movement. Historically Dallas has been the ground zero for significant social movements that have been both positive and negative. Randy Skinner is passionate about helping Dallas lead the way in the next great positive cultrual transformation.
Believing that healthy communities require healthy churches, Randy Skinner is a strong supporter of interfaith movements in the local city. Instrumental in the spiritual leadership of Dallas, Randy Skinner has been involved in various movements, the most recent called The Greater Dallas Justice Revival. More than 300 city leaders met in 2009 to begin a movement to heal the city of Dallas from past racial, economic, and spiritual injustices. Skinner was selected to lead that movement and in 2009 - 2011 helped coordinate the largest evangelical and mainstream movement in over fifty years. The movement accomplished it's goals of placing nearly 2000 homeless citizens through a treatment program and into permanent supportive housing, and also the start of thirty-five school-church partnerships.
Skinner was also involved in the executive leadership of Global Day of Prayer (seen by 100 million people worldwide) of which Dallas was the host city for four years. His nonprofits are also the faith partners to the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, Dallas Housing Authority, and the Bridge Homeless Shelter. Skinner serves and lives in the inner city and is supported by various churches throughout DFW. He attends Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas.