Source: 3 Reasons Contemporary Worship IS Declining, and 5 Things We Can Do to Help the Church Move On Its interesting how the above 50 crowd still thinks “contemporary” worship is where it at to attract “young people.” Mainline congregations are aging and yet in their tradition, they have one of the things that Millennials […]
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I am seeing more congregations move to the singular worship style approach. Source: Six Reasons Some Churches Are Moving Back to One Worship Style Thom Rainer is another writer I enjoy. Theologically a little different as a Southern Baptist but he is a keen observer of church culture and trends. This move back to one […]
Posted in American Culture, Face Palm - When Failure Happens, Generations - Guttenbergers vs. Googlers, Leadership Resources, Pastor Stuff, Postmodern Perspectives, The Organized Church on Aug 15th, 2015
Source: On Being an iPhone Pastor for a Typewriter Church | The Millennial Pastor This is yet another great blog post from The Millennial Pastor that gives a great insight into the great generational divide in the Church. While he looks at it from the Millennial/Boomer divide, its also true for many of us GenXers. […]
Want millennials back in the pews? Stop trying to make church ‘cool.’ – The Washington Post. Rachel Held Evans nails it again. Authenticity trumps cool for millennials.
Posted in American Culture, Culture Wars, Face Palm - When Failure Happens, Fundamentalism - Preserving 19th Century America For the Future, Generations - Guttenbergers vs. Googlers, Homosexuality, Postmodern Perspectives, Sexuality on Apr 1st, 2014
How evangelicals won a culture war and lost a generation – CNN Belief Blog – CNN.com Blogs. Its remarkable to watch, the implosion and rejection of Boomer Evangelicalism by Millennials. I really need to get my butt in gear after a one year WJP hiatus because this is incredibly significant what Rachel is pointing out […]
David Kinnaman is wrong: How the church really lost the millennials & what we can do to keep the next generation. | the gospel side. I have been reading You Lost Me and I think it is an accurate portrayal of how we lost the Millennials who grew up in the church but Matthew Marino […]