Wednesday, November 21, 2018 |
Topic: Christianity —
Finding Where the Church Fails to Connect with Millennials & How We Can Reverse the Trend
by Carmen Fowler LaBerge
Millennials have left the building. One simply cannot deny that significant numbers of people born between 1980 and 2000 (aka "millennials") are missing in many churches across America. Yes, exceptions exist—some churches brim with students and young adults. But the majority of churches in America lack young adults.
Admittedly, not all statistics seem to paint the same picture. Hence, you'll read competing articles—"Why Millennials Are Leaving the Church" . . .
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