In You Lost Me the bestselling co-author of unChristian trained his researcher's eye on Christians ages 18-29, exposing why they leave the church and rethink their faith. With this insightful and honest DVD, you and your small group can connect across generational lines, discuss the most pressing faith issues of our day, and begin the process of building up the next generation of Christ followers.
This DVD and the accompanying discussion guide will help you understand why the next generation often sees the church as overprotective, shallow, anti-intellectual, exclusive, repressive, and intolerant of doubt. You'll hear the voices of young people who want to be part of a community of faith but have been marginalized by the church. And you'll discover loving, biblical ways to reconnect to them with kindness, compassion, and humility.
If you care about the future of the church, you don't want to miss You Lost Me
Close to 60 percent of young Christians who went to church as teens drop out after high school. In You Lost Me, the bestselling coauthor of unChristian trained his researcher's eye on Christians aged 16-29, exposing why they leave the church and rethink their faith. Now small groups can study this groundbreaking book with a new DVD and discussion guide.
This DVD and discussion guide will inform, equip, and empower groups and churches to understand the unique challenges that are affecting younger Christians. It's not eough for us to know that they are dropping out and rethinking their faith; this video study and discussion guide provides key insights and practical ways that we can actively enage this generation with thoughtful conversation.
David Kinnaman is the coauthor of the bestselling unChristian and is the president of The Barna Group, which provides research and resources that facilitate spiritual transformation in people's lives. Since joining Barna in 1995, David has designed and analyzed nearly five hundred studies for a variety of churches, nonprofits, and corporations. He and George Barna write a free research report published online at www.barna.org. David and his wife, Jill, have three children and live in California.