“You look out in the crowd and you see so many young people,” remarked Orthodox Bishop Michael of New York and New Jersey. He said it gave him great hope for the future of the pro-life movement. The primate of the Orthodox Church in America, Metropolitan Tikhon, shared that hope. “I do feel like in […]
Millennial Christians, and a good number of seekers among their generation, are gravitating to churches where the teaching and preaching is given a high priority. They are attracted to churches whose focus is not only on the members, but on the community and the world. Inwardly focused congregations will not see many Millennials in their churches.
by Thom Rainer They are the largest generation in history. In the United States alone, they number more than 78 million, even larger than the seemingly ubiquitous Boomers. They are the Millennials. They are changing our nation, our world, and our churches. For the purpose of today’s post, I want to focus on changes they […]
by Anthony Bradley How the push to be ‘radical’ and ‘missional’ discourages ordinary people from doing ordinary things to the glory of God A few days ago on Facebook and Twitter I made the following observation: Being a “radical,” “missional,” Christian is slowly becoming the “new legalism.” We need more ordinary God and people lovers […]