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Have you seen the recent Jillian Jacobs Diet Coke commercial? Check it out on You Tube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEpuN7tRFRU). “Look, Here’s the thing about Diet Coke. (She takes a drink) It’s delicious! It makes me feel good. Life is short. If you want to live in a yurt, yurt it up. If you want to run a […]
Recent CT article headline “Half of Millennial Christians Say It’s Wrong to Evangelize”. https://www.christianitytoday.com/news/2019/february/half-of-millennial-christians-wrong-to-evangelize-barna.html Bombshell right? But honestly, I think that the author buried the lead. Or better, this lead, though explosive, just might cause readers to draw the wrong conclusions. Listen to other very interesting findings in the article that may prove to be […]
Did you see the latest Cigna study on loneliness in the US? It is epidemic in proportion. According to the UCLA Loneliness Scale, Millennials (ages 23-38) score 43.3% Not good at all. Gen Z (18-22) is even worse, a whopping 48.3%. On average? 44% of the US population would be considered “lonely”. Being this lonely […]
Take Heart followers and folks just really interested in a better way to understand and to communicate the powerful Gospel of Jesus Christ, please check this out. I am one of those today who are weary of the emotionless way that we have been taught to understand and then tell hurting and disenfranchised people—people just […]
http://highline.huffingtonpost.com/articles/en/poor-millennials/ According to author of this visually impressive piece, the major motivator (demotivator?) of Millennials is “Uncertainty!” That is right on. I am not convinced of some of the solutions that are suggested, but well worthy of dialogue. I wonder if the economy does grow over the next 12 months if this will change? Otherwise, […]
Blogger Charlie Hoehn (“Thoughts on Vegas, and Why Men Keep Doing This”) postulates that there are at least three reasons why we are seeing a tragic increase in men/boys committing atrocious acts of violence such as the recent tragedy in Las Vegas. Men in the US are chronically lonely Men in the US are deprived […]