Jesus discipled the Twelve with intentionality, through authentic relationships, while modeling a simple process that we could repeat today. When discipleship is intentional, spiritual growth happens and produces servant leaders for the church and beyond.
To go and make disciples of all nations; those whom God has brought to our doorstep, we need to identify, train and raise ethnic leaders who will reach out to their own ethnic groups, be bridge builders into their communities and also enrich our church with great diversity.
The Young Adults ministry of The Leadership Exchange ministry of the CRC is ready to equip and encourage young adults in the church to serve God and care for others by becoming leaders in the church and kingdom not only in the US but also worldwide.
Globally, 98% of Christians are neither envisioned nor equipped for mission in 95% of their waking lives. We want to see the whole church take the Gospel to the whole world; to the people that 2.1 billion Christians meet day-by-day in offices, factories, fields, shops, clubs and streets.
Everyone knows that young adults are dropping out of the church, But do we know why? This article puts to rest some of the speculation around young adult church drop-outs. It may provide some insight and motivation among senior leaders to address this phenomenon. It’s almost already one generation too late. Read the article HERE.