Five Intriguing Updates on Gen Z and Churches

June 11, 2019
Episode #544
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America’s next generation, Gen Z, is starting to influence and shape the church. Today, we look at five specific characteristics of this generation and how they are influencing the church.

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

  • When you talk about generations, you have to use generalizations.
  • The best time to reach Gen Z with the gospel is now.
  • If your church is not involved in the digital community, Gen Z will probably not know you exist.
  • Gen Z does understand nor do they tolerate worship wars.

The five characteristics we discuss are:

  1. They may be more receptive to the gospel.
  2. They continue to seek digital community.
  3. They have never considered worship wars.
  4. They will give us new paradigms of church.
  5. They are service oriented.

Resources mentioned in today’s podcast

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