No Hope for Today’s Christians in Their 20s & 30s?

I keep hearing people in ministry say, “I have no hope for today’s Christians who are in their 20s and 30s. They aren’t interested in the deeper things of God. They are only interested in celebrity Christianity and what’s supposedly popular but shallow.”

My response: This may be true for the majority, but the deepest Christians I know who are in their 20s and 30s are part of *The Deeper Christian Life Network* and they are an impressive tribe of believers. I don’t think they’re typical. So if you’re a 20- or 30- something who is tired of shallow, celebrity-driven Christianity and you want to go deeper in the Lord with others who are your age, join the Network Waiting List.

(If you’re past 40, you can still get on the Network. But please pass this on to any serious Jesus-followers you know in their 20s and 30s. I would have given my teeth to get on the Network when I was that age if it were available then.)

Registration opens again in September.

You can listen to the introductory message – Rethinking Discipleship – which is a landmark statement on the deeper Christian life that I delivered at a conference for 20s and 30s. The free audio message is on the Waiting List page along with everything the Network offers, including testimonials from participants. Make sure you scroll to the bottom to join the Wait List.


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