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  1. The Slow Fade: Why You Matter in the Story of  Twentysomethings
    The Slow Fade: Why You Matter in the Story of Twentysomethings
    Reggie Joiner
    David C. Cook / 2010 / Trade Paperback
    $10.99 Retail: $14.99 Save 27% ($4.00)
    3.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
    Availability: Expected to ship on or about 02/19/15.
    CBD Stock No: WW764799
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great resource!
    April 22, 2012
    Shelley Irving
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    This is a great resource for anyone wanting to mentor or just connect with the twenty something generation.
  2. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    September 21, 2010
    As a twentysomething longing for the church to pick up some slack in this area, I found this book to be refreshing. I would love to get it in to many people's hands. I wouldn't consider the book too light on sharing Christ with this age group. It's about connecting with our lives and our lives being so founded in Christ that it's a natural flow. It's a quick read with some great connecting resources that I think go beyond just 20somethings.
  3. 2 Stars Out Of 5
    July 27, 2010
    The Slow Fade addresses the very important reality that most of our church-going young people will stop going to church in college, and advises mature believers about how to stop the exodus. Positively, this team of writers encourages every adult to get passionate about investing in one person." Negatively, Slow Fade enthusiastically promotes a God who loves them, is for them, and died for them, but that much else about God is beyond our capacity to know.The truth is that we know plenty about God; He wrote a book! Strong on the need to build relationships but weak on the need to infuse those relationship with person of Christ, Slow Fade misses the mark. Other than providing some ice-breaker ideas for those beyond the twentysomething age bracket, Slow Fade offers little toward stopping the exodus. If you can only read one book this month I dont recommend Slow Fade.
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