“When it comes to the next generation, I’m sure of two things:
1) We aren’t too effective today at reaching (or keeping) the next generation.
2) The Gospel still works powerfully in any generation.
How do we share Christ effectively to generations not impressed by the Church today?” Five ideas by Alvin Reid
He ends with this statement: “One of the primary reasons those in the next generation stay in church after their teens is because they develop meaningful relationships and develop a sense of community. They are twice as likely to be engaged in church if they have a close friendship with an adult in the church. And they are two and a half times as likely to be engaged if they have a mentor.”
Shared by Ed Stetzer on his blog “The Exchange” from Christianity Today.
Discipleship is the heart beat of the gospel for any age. At 80 years old I have been discipling young men since 4/17/2011. I am amazed and thankful to God at their response to One2Won Discipleship. Most of them have children and they are now prepared to disciple them and other teenagers. Praise the Lord for His faithfulness! We need more of my generation and younger who have been church members for decades to join this discipling movement. Here is how One2Won Discipleship for men & women
Henry Luke 6//6/2017