Already Gone, But Getting Them Back: Fighting for The Next Generation for Christ And Country! We are joined by Nathan Kistler (Hope to The Hill). Topics discussed include: What are millennial’s seeking that they aren’t finding at church? What is the strong connection between proper teaching and where young adults end up in relation to Christianity? Where did the concept break down for the older generation to not teach the younger generation?
– “During the past few months I have spoken at some pro-life events as well as several high-level gatherings of national conservative leaders. In each of those meetings I have heard people say that we are in a great era for the pro-life movement, especially because Millennials are highly supportive of life in the womb.
Sadly, it is not true. We are tying our hope to a myth.” George Barna
So, hoping for the next generation to embrace life and end abortion according to George Barna – based on the research – is a myth. How serious is this myth?
– While the actual number of abortions is down the actual killing of the young by the young may be on the increase due to other factors? What are those factors? What does that say for the future of the pro-life movement?
– Do millennials have a decreased value of life?
What advice should millennials heed to keep them from being deceived?
Most millennials see Washington DC as a completely dirty place and either aggressively condemn involvement in it, or simply avoid it. What should be said to those who’ve adopted either of those mindsets?
How is the younger generation (Millennials, etc.) responding to the efforts to divide the nation as highlighted by the events in Charlottesville? How are they be encouraged to view and interpret what’s happening?
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