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Millennials, Let’s Get Over Ourselves

“A generation goes, and a generation comes, but the earth remains forever” (Ecc. 1:3). One article reads, “What Can the Church do to Keep Millennials?” Another writer cries, “We are losing Millennials left and right!” Millennials! Millennials! We must pander to the Millennials! Listen, I’m a Millennial and I’m just about tired of hearing about […]

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An Open Letter To Millennials

Dear Millennial, You were born somewhere between 1980 and 2004. Statistically, you are educated (you probably graduated college, are in college, or are planning to go to college), you are tech-savvy, you want to make a difference in the world, and you can spot a fraud and a hypocrite from a mile away. Studies also […]

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We Have What Millennials Want

I have long believed that the principle of simply restoring New Testament Christianity is more appealing to my generation (Millennials) than it is to any other recent generation. And the more I study the Millennial generation, the more my theory is validated. Thom Rainer, a notable figure among the Southern Baptist denomination and president/CEO of […]

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This Is Why My Generation Is Leaving The Church

I was born between 1980 and 2004, which makes me a Millennial. There are 77.9 million of us. This makes us the largest generation in history (The Boomer Generation (1946-1964) is 75.9 million in number)[1]. Next time you’re at church, look around. Even though Millennials are the largest generation, they’re probably the smallest group represented […]

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You Lost Me

Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend the Barna Group’s You Lost Me. Live! seminar, centered around David Kinnaman’s book You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church And Rethinking Faith (2011). If you’re familiar with the Barna Group, you know their research is impressive. I thoroughly enjoyed their 2007 book unChristian. You Lost […]

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