Barna Research released a new report that included findings on Millennial attitudes toward evangelism, which we wrote about here.
But blogger Keith Giles observes Barna is, “emphasizing one set of results over against another set which is much more positive.” Giles claims, “What the survey also reveals is that these Millennials are MORE equipped than other age groups to actually share their faith with others.”Read More
There is a new crisis in evangelism. Millennials believe that sharing one’s faith is problematic and maybe even wrong, though they do believe that Christianity calls them to be a witness. That’s a tension that will prove difficult to overcome.Read More
The Chicago Tribune, Fortune, and The Washington Post have recently reported on trends among Millennials and Gen Zers. Here’s a snapshot of three notable stories.Read More
Millennials want to own their own homes.
In fact, they place far more value on homeownership than they do on getting married and having children.Read More
Joe Maddon is one of the most highly esteemed managers in Major League Baseball. He has been skipper of the Chicago Cubs since 2014, and led them to a World Series title in 2016. It was the Cubs’ first World Series championship in 108 years.Read More
Has your congregation weighed in on the Border Crisis, the Border Wall, refugees, the immigration debate, and how America should respond?Read More
Generation Z has been heralded as the most technologically savvy bunch to ever grace the planet, “digital natives” who intuitively grasp the power of the web.Read More
This time of year churches set up nativity scenes to remind us to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas, that God the Son was born in human flesh to a woman named Mary in humble circumstances, yet with concurring signs and wonders: an angelic choir announcing the Messiah to shepherds in a field, a bright star above, magi from the East. Emmanuel, God with us, born in a manger, the lowly, awaited, exalted true king.Read More