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Storming the Castle (free sample)

Reaching "iGens" means breaking through inflated self-esteems.
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Jeffrey Arnett is perhaps America's most respected scholar of "emerging adulthood." He identifies five major characteristics:

  • They are exploring their own identities in love and work
  • They are in an age of instability
  • They are in a self-focused period of life
  • They feel in between adolescence and adulthood, neither one nor the other
  • They are driven by endless possibilities and are actively exploring them—jobs, travel, love, sex, identity, and location. This generation collects experiences more than money. While some may head off to Africa to change the world, at least as many (and probably more) head off to experience the world.

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Topics:Culture, Demographics, Generational differences, Relevance
Filters:Generational ministry, Outreach, Pastor
References:Luke 4:16-30, Luke 9:18-27, Acts 2:42-27

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