Serving Millennials on the Journey Toward Significant Life
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Category: millennials

The Problem With Millennials

Amidst an awful season full of failed expectations, the owner of the Phoenix Suns had some disparaging remarks for one of the team’s best, yet struggling, players. “My whole view of the millennial culture is that they have a tough time dealing with setbacks, and Markieff Morris is the perfect example. He had a setback with […]

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The Two Pitfalls of a Calling from God

Today’s post begins Hinneh: a blog series on vocation and calling. If you’d rather read all the posts from the series in a short ebook, the writers have generously made it available for free. You can download a PDF copy here, or downloads in Epub (most tablets/e-readers) and Mobi (Kindle) formats are available as well. […]

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Hinneh: a three-part series on vocation and calling

  All throughout our lives the question, “Lord what would you have me do?” is continually asked. This question is asked of life’s biggest and smallest steps, but the answer is often difficult to come by. Whether deciding on a career, a college degree program, a marriage, a place to live, or who to share […]

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Millennials and Their Lack of Commitment: 3 Quick Steps to Prioritize Your Life

Every previous generation seems to enjoy pointing out the generalized shortcomings of the millennial generation. We’re narcissistic. We’re lazy. We’re relativistic. I tend to roll my eyes. Plenty of people want to point a finger, not many want to lend a hand. Of course, the problem with ignoring issues is that it doesn’t mean they […]

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Healing the Scars of Shame

Last weekend I spoke at our church on the subject of shame, a subject that holds lots of history for me personally. If you’ve read my book and know pieces of the story of my sin-ridden past, you know that I’ve walked the cycle of shame: sin, and guilt, which leads to hiding instead of confession […]

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Drowning Out the Noise

I used to take mass transit to make it to class every week. Everyone sits when their eyes fixated on the floor. If you ever make eye contact with someone, complete awkwardness ensues. Best to avoid such a thing. Everyone is filling their ears with noise. Some with big Beats headphones, others with subtle, small […]

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