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
It’s a well known fact that Generation Z is highly adept at using technology, at times engaging online differently and with higher frequency than their Millennial predecessors. That trend is likely to continue and will have ramifications for how your church connects with emerging generations. How does your church presently use technology to connect with Generation Z?Read More
The Millennial generation is made up of over 75 million Americans and according to Brookings they are unlike any generation that has come before them. They are more diverse and more educated, but less likely to own a home and more likely to be in poverty. They marry later in life and are more likely to live in cities.Read More
The Barna Group partnered up with Seed Company to research current knowledge of “The Great Commission.” Have you heard of the Great Commission?
How’s the website?
Do you overwhelm visitors with stellar graphics, electric guitar, and lightning strikes?
Or is your current template labyrinthine and nearly impossible to navigate?
In the recent NFL draft in April, this year’s top NFL quarterback prospects were Josh Allen, Sam Darnold, Lamar Jackson, Baker Mayfield, and Josh Rosen. Rosen, a product of UCLA, has been criticized by his former head coach Jim Mora as needing “to be challenged intellectually” because Rosen is “a millennial.”Read More