Reason #2 – Teens and twenty-somethings experience of Christianity is shallow.

May 10th 2013 No comments yet  

Six ReasonsOut of the young adults polled in the Barna Group study, 31 percent expressed the opinion that church is boring. In a microwave-ready, instant download society, this perception is likely with anyone under the age of 30. It’s simply how most of us have grown up. What is more disturbing is that 23 percent of those polled felt “the Bible is not taught clearly or often enough,” while 20 percent said God seems missing from their experience of church.

A youngin’s perspective:

While trying …

Six Reasons Young Christians Are Leaving the Church #1

April 20th 2013 No comments yet  

Six ReasonsReason #1- Churches seem overprotective.

As one who has grown up in the heyday of the Information Revolution, I can attest to the notion that today’s young people have more access to information and differing viewpoints than at any other point in history. With that being said, it’s easy to see how the church can be viewed as stifling in an age where we are constantly bombarded by different ideas.

25 percent of 18-29 year-olds felt that “Christians demonize everything outside of the church,” …

Six Reasons Young Christians Are Leaving the Church: A Young’n’s Perspective.

April 10th 2013 No comments yet  

Six ReasonsBeing fresh off the press as a new adult is a scary time in life, I’m finding out. People my age go from the relative structure of being in school to being dropped off on the side of life’s highway to fend for ourselves in a terrifyingly short amount of time. It’s a season of our lives where we need God’s guidance more than ever before, and sadly, significant sectors of my peers aren’t pursuing it.

According to a study done by the …

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