Few people have spent more time considering the new generation's interplay between the church and culture than Pastor Tim Keller and Gabe Lyons. Together, for an exclusive LIVE webcast conversation with Q&A, these two leaders will discuss the timely opportunity for church leaders who care about connecting with and mobilizing the younger generation for the sake of the Gospel.
Live Webcast: February 17, 2pm ET
Learn more about this free, live event: www.qideas.org/webcast
Hearing insights from Gabe Lyons' new book and curriculum, The Next Christians, church leaders will better understand the competing dynamics underway and gain vision for how to disciple and meaningfully send out "on mission" the most volatile segment of Christianity's future population. With clarity and conviction, Lyons will describe in candid terms the six hopeful characteristics emerging among this group of Christians and what it will take for churches to capture their heart and imagination in service to Christ.
2 Other Reasons to Join the Webcast…
1. Every person participating in the webcast will be able to download a FREE Church Leaders Guide. Many church leaders are searching for answers on how to connect with the next generation. Gabe Lyons’ Church Leaders Guide to The Next Christians gives valuable insights into the six ways younger Christians are motivated by their faith to engage the world. The leaders who understand these characteristics will lead the charge in capturing the energy and optimism of the next iteration of Christ followers in our world.
2. Be one of 10 participants to win a FREE copy of The Next Christians book and The Next Christians Pack: Following Jesus in a Post-Christian Culture valued at over $50 Learn more at www.qideas.org/webcast.
Gabe Lyons' Journey and The Next Christians
In the wake of the findings his book unChristian shared with the world about younger generations' disenchantment with Christianity over the past few decades, Gabe Lyons became an active participant in most every discussion about the future of Christianity in the U.S. and the world.
The Next Christians, a six-session video curriculum with participant’s guide, takes into account recent efforts at Christian renewal, addressing the significant challenges that could undermine the viability of Christianity if the faithful do not employ a completely new outlook.
Lyons looks ahead, citing current day models and examples, of how Christianity over the next 100 years can and must adapt, as he optimistically paints a picture of how Christianity’s best days just might lay ahead as a new generation rediscovers their faith in this unprecedented new era in the West.