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Written with a hopeful outlook, this book describes the four young adult unchurched types and how congregations can reach out, noting the amazing things that can happen between this demographic...

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This 2015 survey of American congregations was dedicated to exploring congregational ministries with adults ages 18-34. Researchers created a module of 36 items to learn more about the nature of...

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One of the best resources for a congregation is often another congregation. When facing a challenge or contemplating a new opportunity, a congregation can learn from the strengths and capacities of...

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Faith & Leadership is a leadership education arm of Duke Divinity School. This article highlights the ministry of Charlotte/One, an ecumenically based ministry in Charlotte, North Carolina, and led...

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This collection of African American narratives and statistics offers practical strategies to reach and disciple Black young adults.

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This guide for congregational leaders addresses how to minister to and with single adults.

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There are four areas of congregational life that determine the strength or weakness of its outreach to older adults, according Building Church Leaders. This simple self-assessment tool helps...

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This resource offers insight into serving adults in congregations, bringing together experts in faith formation, adults education, generational studies, and congregational life.

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This resource looks at how and why Boomers are reimagining life after 50 before giving guidance on how to administer to this demographic.

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Marking milestones such as a child’s first day of school or moving into one’s first apartment is not part of the liturgical tradition, nor is it necessarily part of home-based rituals. Yet marking...

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