According to the 2014 Pew Research survey, 23 percent of the US population (up from 16 percent in just 2007) and 35 percent of Millennials fall into the religious category of “none,” indicating that they have no religious affiliation whatsoever. With statistics like these, every effort ought to be made to reach our children and grandchildren, as well as our friends and neighbors, for Christ, shedding non-essentials
So how do we reach Milennials? There is, to be sure, no silver bullet. However, in this video, Kairos church planter Scott Wallace gives some insights into connecting with this generation. From this video, some things to note that are helpful in reaching Millennials would include:
How can we better connect with Millennials in preaching and reaching out? What do you learn from the above story?
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Dr. James Nored (Doctor of Ministry, Fuller Theological Seminary) is a preacher, evangelist, church consultant, writer, and missional leader located in Fairfax, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C.
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