Gen Z doesn’t need more false gods. They need the one true God.
Disconnection and Gen Z: Searching for Trustworthy Mentors
When we lean into the spectacular belonging we have in Christ, the kind of mentorship culture Gen Z (and all other generations) long for should naturally follow.
Through building relationships with emotional stewardship, empathy, and patience, the Church can show up for Gen Z with hope, love, and purpose.
If we as parents want to be winsome and win influence over our kids and today’s youth, we’re going to have to learn from Taylor Swift
With a prevailing attitude of love that seeks to see and understand our students, we become a wordless witness that frames and reinforces the very gospel message we speak.
We hope the following articles and podcasts are helpful as you navigate how to reach Gen Z with the good news of the gospel.
While youth ministers might imagine that today’s teenagers have a largely negative view of the Bible, these statistics demonstrate they may be far more open than we think.