3 Reasons people over 60 leave church

By Joe LaGuardia In the last few decades, churches have been scrambling to attract young adults.  Reaching this age group is a momentous task that requires changes in worship, leadership, preaching, and outreach. Much of this change has been for the better — an ever fluid and reforming church is usually one with an eye towardsContinue reading “3 Reasons people over 60 leave church”

Young adults: Engines of today’s Church

Young adults have gotten a bad wrap.  My generation–18 to 35 years old–goes by a variety of labels: Generation X, Generation Y, Millennials, the Entitlement Generation.  This is the generation that politicians and churches try to recruit, but often fail to reach. Yet, these generations are also reviled.  “Kids these days,” people say, “don’t take responsibility,Continue reading “Young adults: Engines of today’s Church”