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New Leader Looks Forward to American Baptists' Future
New Leader Looks Forward to American Baptists' Future

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The new general secretary of American Baptist Churches USA says the denomination's strengths include global missions work and diverse churches while challenges include helping aging congregations.

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Connecting with Your Church's Missing Generation
Connecting with Your Church's Missing Generation

By: Sarah Stone
Millennials are one of the biggest challenges facing the church, but also one of its greatest resources. We need to understand them, encourage them and, most of all, pray for them.

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Millennials Will Soon Step into Church Leadership
Millennials Will Soon Step into Church Leadership

By: Dennis Bickers
Millennials will soon begin to step into leadership roles in every organization including churches. But they won't be content to manage like current leadership. They want to lead and make a difference.

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The Changing Face of Senior Adults in Church Life
The Changing Face of Senior Adults in Church Life

By: Ircel Harrison
Senior adults are not just recipients of ministry. Many are still active in serving and caring. For those of us in church leadership, we must not forget that senior adults remain an important part of the church.

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Elders Affirm Bible's Role in Improving Society, Millennials Less Certain
Elders Affirm Bible's Role in Improving Society, Millennials Less Certain

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The older you are, the more likely you are to believe regular Bible reading contributes to political civility and meaningful living.

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How You Can Slow Down ISIS Recruitment
How You Can Slow Down ISIS Recruitment

By: Rebecca Brown
Worldwide, more than 20,000 people have been recruited by the smooth rhetoric of ISIS and their self-declared holy war. However, we can slow their recruitment efforts down if each of us does this.

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Hide-and-Seekers: How Transparent is Your Church?
Hide-and-Seekers: How Transparent is Your Church?

By: Roger Olson
How can churches attract young members back who have drifted away? Some suggest save talk about sin and repentance for later, but a church that isn't transparent about their beliefs is disingenuous.

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3 Ways Your Church Should 'Cater' to Millennials
3 Ways Your Church Should 'Cater' to Millennials
By: Thomas Kidd
Reaching and retaining the rising generations has been a perennial challenge to churches. Many churches have died because they failed to meet the test. Here are three ways yours can pass.
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For Struggling Millennials, 14 Christmas Truths
For Struggling Millennials, 14 Christmas Truths
Many millennials have trouble connecting to church. They want – but don't often find – honesty and transparency. Here are 14 truths about Christmas for millennials and others seeking truth.
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Evangelism by Millennials Is On the Rise, Study Says
Evangelism by Millennials Is On the Rise, Study Says
Often perceived as focusing on social justice to the neglect of evangelism, millennials are more likely to share their faith with others than any other social group, a survey found.
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6 Things Millennials Can Learn from Older Folks
6 Things Millennials Can Learn from Older Folks
Everyone is writing articles about how to get millennials into church, but few are asking what millennials can learn from older adults in the church. Let's start with these six things.
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Will Millennials Be Positive Influence on Our World?
Will Millennials Be Positive Influence on Our World?

Some believe millennials are apathetic, narcissistic and cynical. Others think they're the generation that builds bridges. Instead of blaming or extolling them, why not work with them?

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3 Reasons Why Churches Should Reach Millennials
3 Reasons Why Churches Should Reach Millennials
Some people object to the notion that churches should change in order to attract young adults. Here are three reasons why it's healthy for churches to find ways to adapt.
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What Churches Can Learn from So-Called Lazy Millennials
What Churches Can Learn from So-Called Lazy Millennials
Some stereotype millennials as "lazy, entitled narcissists," but one editor learned they were so much more when he talked to them. What he learned has implications for the church.
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Will Your Church Connect with Sunday Workers?
Will Your Church Connect with Sunday Workers?

There's one factor that pulls some millennials away from church. Many, including millennials, work on Sundays. Does your church have a be-the-church mindset or go-to-church mindset?

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Millennials: A Voice to Call the Church to Faithfulness
Millennials: A Voice to Call the Church to Faithfulness
Concerned that the church is more style than substance, millennials believe they no longer fit in. But if they stick with the church, they can be a voice to call it back to faithfulness.
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Survey: College-Age Americans Favor DREAM Act, Buffet Rule
Survey: College-Age Americans Favor DREAM Act, Buffet Rule
Nearly two-thirds of young adults from 18-24 years old favor the DREAM Act, a new survey found. And nearly three-fourths support the so-called Buffet Rule.
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Why Millennials Rarely Connect With Churches
Why Millennials Rarely Connect With Churches
While young adults are often criticized for their lack of commitment to the institutional church, these millennials have a lot to offer the world with their sense of optimism and quest toward wholeness.
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Five Emerging Realities for Baptist Millennials
Five Emerging Realities for Baptist Millennials
Some may label them too hopeful and too idealistic, but today's generation believes they can make a big difference. One young Baptist suggests five emerging realities that will shape Baptist millennials' faith.
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Why Young Adults Reject Conservative Christianity
Why Young Adults Reject Conservative Christianity
Two political science experts warned that young people are rejecting conservative Christianity – and in big numbers. Many have been turned away by the politics of anti-homosexuality.
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