Young Adults Who Wander from Faith (You Lost Me 3)

I want a pair of Google glasses. A pair of glasses that are basically a computer in your field of vision.  How cool would they be? I actually got into an argument with some of my students a few months back.  They seemed more skeptical then me about the possibility or usefulness of something like … Continue reading Young Adults Who Wander from Faith (You Lost Me 3)

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Young Adults Who Wander from Faith (You Lost Me 2)

David Kinnaman, in his book You Lost Me, notes that there are three broad ways of wandering from the faith. Nomads walk away from church engagement but still consider themselves Christians. Prodigals lose their faith, describing themselves as “no longer Christian.” Exiles are still invested in their Christian faith but feel stuck (or lost) between … Continue reading Young Adults Who Wander from Faith (You Lost Me 2)

Young Adults Who Wander from Faith (You Lost Me 1)

What do we make of this statement from David Kinnaman's book You Lost Me: "Teenagers are some of the most religiously active Americans. American twentysomethings are the least religiously active" (Kindle Location 246-248) I see it every year at Penn State Berks.  Students who were heavily involved in their church youth group do not get … Continue reading Young Adults Who Wander from Faith (You Lost Me 1)