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The Passion Generation

The Passion Generation The Seemingly Reckless, Definitely Disruptive, But Far From Hopeless Millenials

By Grant Skeldon with Ryan Casey Waller
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.5 Stars

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On 12/27 Kendra Landis wrote: Millennials are leaving the institutional church in great numbers. Using personal experience and research statistics, Grant Skeldon identifies a key missing piece that he views as a solution: Discipleship. Skeldon asserts that the church has largely neglected Jesus’ Great Commission to “go and make ... Passion Generation

Kendra's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/8 Jon Gibson wrote: The Christian church can get obsessed about things. Sometimes it’s a particular sin, other times it’s a particular trend, still other times it’s a particular group or subset of people. Over the past few years, one of the subsets of people that the church has been most concerned and obsessed with ... Reaching the Unreachable?

Jon Gibson's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/30 LifeLoveTruth wrote: This is a how-to and why-to book. A casual glance shows the reader whom the author is trying to reach. Throughout the entire book, the author includes subheadings, illustrations, and graphics. The author spreads all his content in two parts. Part One contains ten chapters. Part Two contains seven chapters. ... THE PASSION GENERATION, by Grant Skeldon

LifeLoveTruth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/25 Via Bella wrote: My sister and I border similar but are different generations & I was so intrigued by this book. The Passion Generation-- something my sister & I have in common.From the get-go, I have to be honest that this hit the millennials and church issue HEAD ON... with one sentence! And it's a completely ... The Passion Generation

Via Bella's Rating:

4 Stars