Though generational labels are not often very helpful, this discussion about the cohort currently being called Generation Z (born between 1995 and 2010) offers some interesting commentary.
"The cure for their disengagement is not simply trying to reengage them in a system that doesn’t seem to work for them. We need to embrace these young change agents, even when they challenge the very systems that many of us have worked so hard to build and maintain."
How might we consider this point when thinking about Youth and Children's Ministry? Are we trying to reengage young people in systems that simply don't work for them? What might we learn from our young people about ministry, social justice, communication, and relationships? Let us pray that we are listening. #GenerationZ #HopeHappensAs a college professor, Corey noticed a change in her newest college students--Generation Z. Her research has led her to uncover how this generation challeng... ... See MoreSee Less