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How Can We Reach the Next Generation?

How Can We Reach the Next Generation?

As the school year launches, schedules are packed, students are anxiously excited and families are adjusting to their new norms.  The question arises, what will become of this next generation?

How can we reach, equip and send this generation of unique individuals, each with exceedingly high expectations of themselves and the organizations they choose to engage with? 

Students Learn to Invest in Relationships

Students Learn to Invest in Relationships

Stepping out of the Johnson and Wales’ vans, our students arrived excited for Fusion.  They anticipated an enjoyable weekend at the Cape with peers, forging new friendships across New England and being freshly encouraged that they are not alone in their faith.  They entered the hotel and conference center with high expectations for Word-saturated teaching and fun times. Amid games in the lobby, mealtimes and World Series watching, students had their fill of living out relationships and learning how to invest in them.

Knowledge of Apologetics Prepares Students for College, World

She stopped by our table on UDay at the University of New Hampshire. She was curious about our sign that described the use of reason and philosophy to explore the Christian worldview. She shared that she grew up in church and had been very active in youth group. However, since she came to UNH she had grown cold to Christianity and doubted that it was any different from any other religion. Her story is not unique. According to Lifeway, 70% of Christian students walk away from church during their collegiate years.[1] While a minority of them return, they often return jaded from their experience and with a shallow faith.