#MeToo has brought up some pressing questions. We all have a part in it. So where do we go from here?
Millennials need mentored. Millennials need to be allowed to mentor. Older generations have just as much to learn - and we could teach them.
Recently, I was reading a book on faith and theology from the local public library. I’ve been able to get back to reading about faith and theology as a hobby rather than academic “work”, and I’ve been loving it. With this particular book, I was deeply engaged in it and its call to reexamine common... Continue Reading →
- “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide, so that whatever you ask the Father in my name, he may give it to you.” -John 15:16 ESV Over the past two years God has taken me through... Continue Reading →
Straight from Chungju, South Korea - we asked American Millennial Jeremy Brown to share his testimony. He moved to South Korea years ago to teach English and has a unique perspective "from the outside in" on faith in America and among American Millennials. Here is his testimony of faith - but look forward to hearing... Continue Reading →
A 2016 Gallup poll reported 59% of older Millennials are single and have never been married. Only 27% of Millennials are effectively married, when factoring in the separated, divorced, widowed or those living unwed with a partner. If that doesn't sound shocking, 36% of Gen X, 48% of Boomers and 65% of Traditionalists were married by... Continue Reading →