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Amy L. Sherman: Young Adults and Vocation

The failure to teach and equip on the subject of faith and vocation is a major contributor to the young adult dropout rate in churches.

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Amy L. Sherman addresses the issue of young adults (people ages 18-29 and labeled "Mosaics" by the Barna Group) leaving congregational life due to the lack of successful discipleship related to faith and work. Many Mosaics desire to be culture-makers rather than culture-avoiders, but are met with language that suggests spiritual work is superior to its secular, or marketplace, counterpart.

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