In Myth of the Millennial, authors Rev. Ted and Chelsey Doering, Millennials themselves, invite churches to stop hitting the panic button and trying anything and everything to get Millennials to stay in or come back to church. Because connecting with the Millennial generation - their generation, their peers - is simpler than it seems. And don't worry, they won't prescribe expensive building renova...
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Concordia Publishing (September 26, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8 inches
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This book is written by a married couple who fall into the "Millennial" designation. They spend a lot of time debunking stereotypes, but the gem of this book is the Evangelism advice that permeates every chapter. This is written for Millennials and n...
new wardrobe for your pastor.They do, however, explore common millennial stereotypes in the hopes of helping other generations better understand this lost generation. They also offer ideas on how to build strong intergenerational relationships to better equip Boomers and Gen-Xers to engage a generation that is generally apathetic and disinterested in the Church. Because, ultimately, all this talk about Millennials and generations is not about upping church attendance for the sake of numbers; it s about one generation leading another to Christ.