It is no secret that young people raised in the church often leave when they get out of High School. As this trend has worsened, we are seeing an entire generation becoming disengaged from the church.
Many Christians see this trend and want to become better at presenting ancient truths to a new generation that faces unique challenges and obstacles. But how can we get through to “Generation Z” in our increasingly secular culture?
Listen as our guest Sean McDowell discusses how parents, teachers, and ministry leaders can help the next generation understand and embrace a biblical worldview.
On This Episode We’ll Learn:
- Why Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace wrote their new book So the Next Generation will Know
- What makes Generation Z unique
- Why young people often leave the church
- The three front line groups that can address this negative trend
- How parents, ministry leaders, and teachers can form meaningful relationships with young people and reach them with the Gospel
About Our Guest
Dr. Sean McDowell is a best-selling author, co-author, or editor of more than 18 books including Is God Just a Human Invention? and Evidence that Demands a Verdict (with his father, Josh McDowell). He is an associate professor of apologetics at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.
He has a new book out with J. Warner Wallace titled So the Next Generation Will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World.
- Apologetics Resources from Seanmcdowell.org
- Barna Study: “Gen Z and Morality: What Teens Believe (So Far)“
- Books Mentioned on this episode
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