Friday, March 19, 2010

What’s Happening to our Young People?

You have seen them and so have I: bright, enthusiastic young people leading worship, heading out on short term mission trips, collecting food for the food bank. And we think, “Ah, the future of the church is in good hands.”

But what happens to those young people in the years that follow? Do they fulfill their potential for church leadership. If so, why? And if not, why not?

Check out the rest of this post, and find some links to John Bowen's new book: What’s Happening to our Young People? – Highlights from John Bowen’s Latest Book


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