New resource aimed at witnessing to adult children who have left the church

Comments (3)
  1. Jessica Adams says:

    I think outreach is always a good idea, however I feel like the wording choice of “millennial adult children” is infantilizing. Millennials are born between 1981 and 1996, so are ages 22 to 37. Those are dechurched adults, period. As someone who is smack in the middle of that range, I am an employed, married, mother of two, not a dechurched child.

    1. LCMS Church Information Center says:

      Thank you for your comment. We thank God for your faithfulness and wanted to point out that demographically, statistically, but not exclusively, the millennials are leaving the church in greater numbers than other demographic groups such as Baby Boomers.

  2. Ben says:

    In the opening caption of the first photograph you say it’s about their journies back to the “Lutheran faith.” Isn’t the the key of missions to anyone be about bringing them to faith in Jesus Christ, not the Lutheran faith?

    Of course Lutherans believe in Jesus. But this missions isn’t about a denomination- it has to be about Jesus! Jesus wasn’t a Lutheran.