The gospel is the most powerful, life-changing message the Church has to offer the next generation. So why do so many young people seem uninterested in receiving it? Why are we finding that even many churched youth are gospel illiterate, as if they've never listened to the hours of teaching we know they've received? Why do so many youth walk out of the Church when they walk out of high school?
Could it really be as simple as a failure to communicate in the way our young people learn best?
Inspiring speaker and veteran youth worker Rachel Blom is exploring our current faith landscape, the learning styles of the postmodern teenager, and the power of story. The result? An invitation to re-examine the way we re communicating the greatest story ever told.
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Rachel Blom is a youth ministry veteran with a deep passion to reach teens with the gospel. First and foremost a proud wife and mom, she's also an author, speaker, and avid blogger who serves as a youth ministry volunteer. Rachel devours books, which has turned her into an encyclopedia of completely useless facts. She'll gladly share them with you on her blog at YouthLeadersAcademy.com.
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