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How to Draw Millennials to your Women's Ministry
You must understand the younger generation—and make some changes—if you want them to get involved.
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This Gifted for Leadership resource is aimed at helping you move past statistics and stereotypes to reach the younger generation.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Change and Adapt

The Myth of the Average Millennial
Don’t rely on statistics and stereotypes to reach my generation.

Crossing the Digital Divide
Technology is how young people communicate.

Mission: Millennials
Re-imagining evangelism with today’s 20-somethings.

The Church Is a Harlot, but I Love Her
As you talk to young people who are disillusioned with the church, encourage them to look past the imperfections of the church and her leaders.

Next Generation Needs
Leading Millennials requires exercising a different type of authority.

What Are We Teaching Our Young Women?
Women’s ministries need to Lean In to the conversation concerning marriage and singleness.

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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.

Teaching Your Congregation to Age Well
Biblical insight for faithfulness in any stage of life.

Culturally Savvy Christians (free sample)
What does the Bible say about media consumption?

Postmodern Spirituality (free sample)
Lessons learned in evangelism and Christianity while serving a cynical generation.

Topics:Emergent, Generational differences, Relevance
Filters:Emergent ministry, Woman leader, Women's ministry
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