Practical Ministry Skills
Discipling Emerging Adults
Lead and encourage Millennials to spiritual growth and leadership.
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The crisis of "leavers"—20-somethings who leave the church after high school and never return—has led to a renewed focus on outreach to the Millennial generation. But another critical component of the church's response has to be a plan for discipling and mentoring those who do return. Postmodernism and pop culture have shaped the emerging generation in ways that require a creative approach to the traditional discipleship structure.

This 19-page resource will help you identify the particular issues and challenges of the Millennial generation and practical tips on how to help them grow toward spiritual maturity and embrace positions of leadership.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

The Gospel for Millennials 
Understanding how Millennials view themselves and the world so that we can effectively speak the gospel into their lives.

Postmodern Spirituality
Lessons learned in evangelism and Christianity while serving a cynical generation.

Steps to Making Whole Disciples 
The challenge for today's church is making whole disciples out of broken people.

Pastors Who Reach Young People 
It's not enough to delegate; pastors must connect with young people personally.

Leading Emerging Adults to Repentance 
Emerging adults want to repent of their sins; show them how.

Bringing Millennials into Leadership 
How to shape ministry models that fit them.

Challenges for Young Leaders 
Understanding the obstacles confronting young leaders.

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Also of Interest
Utilizing Non-Weekly and High School Volunteers
See openings for volunteers as opportunities to engage future leaders and parents.

Reaching Millennials Who Leave the Faith
Strengthen your church's evangelistic impact to young adults who have walked away from the faith—and develop your ministry to keep them from leaving in the first place.

A One-Word Recruiting Strategy
People want to do substantial kingdom work; you just need to ask.

To the Pentecostal & Charismatic Churches
An open letter to this vibrant and growing segment of the church

Topics:Leadership development, Pop Culture, Postmodernism, Relevance
Filters:Emergent ministry, Mentoring, Pastor, Pastoral care, Shepherd, Small group leader, Young adults ministry
References:1 Peter 5:2, Philippians 2:4-8, Luke 22:24-27, 1 Thessalonians 2:8-12, Acts 2:36-39
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