For several years, the Barna team has studied what’s working to form resilient faith among Millennials and Gen Z. On September 10, we will reveal those findings in Faith for the Future, a free, live webcast event that will help Christian leaders minister effectively to and alongside 18–35-year-olds.
Faith for the Future will introduce Barna’s largest study ever, The Connected Generation, a global project in partnership with World Vision that surveyed 15,000+ respondents in 25 countries and 9 languages. In order to study the first truly global generation, Barna combined its research expertise with the worldwide reach of World Vision, the largest Christian humanitarian organization in the world to dramatically widen—and focus—the lens with which we view young adults around the world.
The free webcast will also unveil key insights from Faith for Exiles, the new book by Barna President David Kinnaman and former Youth Specialties Executive Director Mark Matlock. Instead of looking at the forces disconnecting Gen Z and Millennials from Christianity, this multi-year study explores five practices that strengthen faith in the current cultural context.
Discover what you can do to ignite a movement of flourishing, resilient Christianity—for the sake of the next generation and the future of the Church.
Sign up your entire team to experience this free event. September 10, 2019, starting at 1 p.m. Eastern time.