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Generation Z has been the driving force behind the renewed popularity and mainstreaming of the age-old esoteric system.
They are the largest generation on the planet. If you care about reaching people for Jesus, you will care about Generation Z.
Clearly a purpose-driven church is needed now more than ever. But do our purposes align with theirs in a way that would prove attractive? You might be surprised.
Are you a parent raising, or youth pastor leading, Generation Z kids?
Colleges are making these changes to embrace Gen Z. The church should do the same.
What is the most risky behavior in adolescence now? According to psychologist Jean Twenge, Gen Z has swapped the risks of previous generations, such as those related to sex and drugs, for their own brand.
A major new survey of 4,087 British adults on their attitudes toward religious people revealed that those of Generation Z are less likely to have a negative perception of Christians than millennials are.
As children and family ministry leaders, it's important that we provide parents with tools they can use to guide their Gen Z children in the digital world they are growing up in.
If we don’t reach the next generation, we cease to exist.
"Generation Z are kids born between the late 1990s and the 2010s."
While discrimination toward people created in the image of God should, indeed, be opposed, the Equality Act does so in ways that significantly disregard religious liberty concerns.
The iGeneration isn't logging onto social media to argue about politics, post memes, or catch-up with long lost friends. They're logging on to find themselves – to form, shape, and define their identity.
Valentines’ Day is just around the corner. For some, this is cause for great rejoicing because the day brings lots of love and chocolate. #Valentine'sDay
Generation C will set a new precedent for physical interaction, making normal signs of intimacy – like hugging – abstract and normalizing virtual attendance at events and in classes.
One thing that burdens me heavily right now is the thousands of kids who are no longer attending church on a consistent basis. As weeks turn into months and months turn into an entire year, I have been thinking of the spiritual ramifications.
You were born for THIS generation. For this moment. And there has never been a greater time to be involved in the ministry of sharing Christ and his Kingdom values with the world around you.
I believe we will look back and see that Covid-19 was a major shaping force for the next generation. It may well be a defining experience for Gen Z and Gen Alpha.
As such, current generations are seeking dialogue about the very topics that healthy small churches should be good at, in an atmosphere of genuine relationships and intimate worship. Sadly, this is not our reputation.
According to a new study about generational beliefs, America “is at war with itself.” That’s how study author George Barna sums up what he calls “deeply troubling” results of the “American Worldview Inventory 2020,” released this week from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University.
Once we realize the importance of intergenerational communication platforms and how to access generations, we have a much better chance of bridging the gap and finding ways to bring generations together.