If you’ve ever felt like a sure-footed model of youth ministry is difficult to grasp as the spiritual and cultural shifts come in wave after wave, you’re not alone. While some sociologists paint a bleak future for the youth of tomorrow, there are just as many signs that point toward hope and revival. Can you spot them? Are you ready for the next shifts and what they will mean for your church?
From the author of Youth Ministry in a Post-Christian World, this fresh take on the future of youth ministry and what it means for us today serves as both a wake-up call and an encouraging word for the path forward.
About Brock Morgan
Brock Morgan has been a youth worker for the past 27 years and is known for his fun style and amazing storytelling that leads the audience into deeper truths. He is the author of several books, including the popular Youth Ministry in a Post-Christian Christian World, NEXT youth curriculum, and a book for students called The Amazing Next. He is also the youth pastor at The Falls Church Anglican and he and his wife, Kelsey, run Generation514, a nonprofit whose aim is to develop next generation leaders to instigate change for the common good. They reside in the Washington DC area with their amazing daughter Dancin. To find out more you can visit his website at brockmorgan.com.