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A Role of the Pastor Is to Encourage Millennial-Age Individuals to Volunteer in Their Congregations
God in His Word promised His love to all generations through the Savior Jesus. As pastors seek to bring that saving Word to all generations, they find unique challenges in each age grouping. At this time, the millennial ...
Intentional Pre-Evangelism: Gaining a Hearing for the Gospel
There is a problem with pre-evangelism in our Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) churches. The lost unbelievers of this world are not hearing the gospel message. Left on their own they do not know where to find ...
The Medium of Internet Vlogging Can Be a Useful Tool in Communicating the Faith to Teens and Young Adults
Martin Luther translated the Bible into German in 1534. He did this to connect the Bible with his people in a way they could understand. Since then, the Lutheran church has placed a high priority on connecting with people ...
The Church Intentionally Evangelizing to De-churched, Millennial Families Through the Use of Their Preschool to Make the Family Lifelong Members.
There is a phenomenon occurring in Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod preschools. Millennial parents who have a church background, but are not currently actively involved in a church, are enrolling their young children ...
Evangelizing Millennials: Studying Millennials to Understand How Relationships through Friendship Evangelism are the Best Way to Bring the Gospel to Their Culture
If you look online, in a library, even on a newsfeed, you’ll very easily find resources that are dedicated to studies of the current millennial generation. Millennials are a hot topic of study right now as they become ...
Applying Christ-Like and Other Leadership Qualities to Millennial Lay Leadership
The use of excellent lay leadership is vital to a healthy church, but what does excellent lay leadership look like? It can certainly be modeled from Christ and from other important leadership qualities. Which demographic ...