How is the Demographic Changing In Young Adults?

In the modern age the demographic of young adults is changing. How do we as leaders help the younger generations develop into all they are called to be in the midst of new social setting? Listen as David Kinnaman, President of Barnas Research Group, discusses this topic. 

David Kinnaman is president and majority owner of Barna Group. He is the author of the bestselling books, You Lost Me and unChristian. You can follow David on Twitter @davidkinnaman.

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Iberia Soares February 6, 2016 at 7:16am

Finding These short nuggets of truth are so significant and speak to where we are in this season. Thank you

Cherie January 18, 2016 at 11:40am

So many are missing this message! The Church has fallen out of the times. There is Jr High, High School, and College ministries but what about the doctor? Or the lawyer? What about the students Pershing there master? Or the ones that just graduated and still aren't in there careers? They are stepping out into a world where there is no shelter, just the reality of school debt, finding a carrer, or deciding if they even like the one there in! The only thing I'm seeing offered by Churches is to go to Main service or get plugged into these connect group which may or may not have founded spiritual leaders. But where is the discussion about leaning into God, growing a spiritually mature relationship with God and with another. And where do you meet that other? Jump from connection group to connection group? Louie Giglio does Passion, Chad Veech and Levi Lusco do the Awakening all east coast. The West coast needs to do something to reach 22-30 year olds! Great article.

Sarah November 16, 2015 at 4:34am

Is anyone else having trouble viewing the video?