Half of Millennial Christians Say It’s Wrong to Evangelize
Survey finds young believers want others to know about Jesus. They just don’t want to speak up about it.
the feelings-first priority that our culture makes a way of life,” Kinnaman said. As much as ever, evangelism isn't Millennial, and this is pure evidence of the failure of the church to prepare
Pew: Why Americans Go to Church or Stay Home
Among regular attenders of religious services: 2 in 3 go because of their kids, Catholics half as likely as Protestants to value sermons, and 1 in 5 don’t usually feel God’s presence.
44% practice their faith in other ways; 28% haven't found a church 15% don't feel welcome at church; 14% don't like the sermons; 13% have poor health or difficulty getting to church.
The Forgotten Millennials
More noncollege-bound young adults seek direction, and new ministries are becoming poised to help.
like school and developing their spiritual life," Magstadt said. Star student who helped start the ministry, said more spiritual responsibility of leading worship and representing the church.