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
Every Tuesday night I have the privilege of meeting with a small group of college students for Bible study. All three of the young men in the group are upperclassmen. They are wrapping up their studies, preparing their resumes, and thinking carefully about their next step in life.Read More
Your church wants to connect, serve, evangelize, and equip emerging generations. You know Millennials and members of Generation Z are increasingly disconnected from Christianity. Perhaps children who grew up in your congregation are now “de-churched.” Maybe you are concerned with reaching the “unchurched.” What do you call the people you are trying to reach?Read More
Who do you admire, and what do your heroes say about you?
That’s a great question, and one that can be applied to each generation.Read More
Young people are dreamers, and that is a wonderful thing. We want emerging generations to dream BIG, to do new things, to stand upon our shoulders and reach heights never realized before.Read More
“Millennial” is often code for “young person,” but as years pass and Millennials age, a younger cohort has been identified: Generation Z. They share common traits with Millennials. But there are distinctions. What are they?Read More
What effect does the political climate have on church attendance?
Pew has found that more Republicans report being in church weekly than do Democrats, and those who are ideologically conservative are more likely to report regular participation in religious services than those who are ideologically liberal.Read More