What years were Millennials born in? No one agrees. But we know best. 😉
Are Millennials the next "Great Generation"? Generational experts Strauss & Howe think so - and many Millennials dare to dream so.
Millennials need mentored. Millennials need to be allowed to mentor. Older generations have just as much to learn - and we could teach them.
We, the Millennial Generation, will single-handedly destroy the entire world economy by not buying the crap they've grown accustomed to peddling. Yeah, sounded a bit melodramatic to me, too.
Millennials bailing on churches isn’t the crisis. Millennials bail on churches because of the crisis. But we have hope.
Churches have never worried a whole lot about young adults. The prevailing attitude is, "They'll come back when they settle down, get married and have kids." It just isn't happening. Churches can't afford to willfully deny the looming crisis.
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 →