Practical Ministry Skills
Ministry to 20-Somethings
Learn how you can better reach today's young adults.
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Overview

Many surveys show an alarming dropout rate today for young adults in the church. What can the church do to reach this demographic, churched or unchurched?

This packet of articles offers a variety of helpful insights on the ways that 20-somethings think as well as how a church can be more effective in ministering to them.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this 18-page resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Storming the Castle (free sample)
Reaching "iGens" means breaking through inflated self-esteems.

What Disillusioned 20-Somethings Want
A young, former church staffer is tired of church as we know it.

The Next Next Generation
Born after 1980, the Millennials are optimistic and community-oriented.

Lessons from a Lazy Barista
If people are not following you, look at how you're leading.

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

Connector Churches
These nine traits characterize churches that reach young adults.

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

Stop the Bleeding
Young people are leaving the church en masse. How can we reverse this trend?

Four Myths about Reaching Young Adults
Engaging the next generation means throwing out everything you've learned, right? Not so fast.


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Faith and Work
Help people understand the essential connection between their work and their faith.




The Friendliness Factor
We can over-estimate ourselves in this area.

Committees People Want to Join
Secrets to helping people actually enjoy committee and board assignments.

Topics:Assimilation, Culture, Demographics, Empowerment, Generational differences, Relevance
Filters:Generational ministry, Outreach, Pastor
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