Engaging Younger Generations in the Life of Christianity and Churches

Engaging Younger Generations in the Life of Christianity and Churches
Date Thursday, August 17, 2017
Noon - 1 p.m. CT
Location Online
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Event Description

Throughout the 20th century, a cultural expectation was that young people, after being away from church during their adolescence and early 20s, would return to church when they get married and have kids. At this inflection point in history however, millennials, aggregately, are not coming back to church. Drawing on six years of research in churches that successfully serve young people, guest speaker David Stark will share his insight on why this shift is occurring and what we can do about it.

About Our Speaker

David Stark is president of BusinessKeys International, which has both business and church consulting practices and focuses on strategy, leadership, cultural issues, small-group ministries, and lay empowerment. David is the author of LifeKeys: Discover Who You Are, Why You're Here, and What You Do Well. He is currently working on two new books: Reaching Millennials, which presents new methodologies and strategies for engaging younger generations within the church, and Flatwork, a business strategy book. 


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