Sunday, May 9, 2010


Cathy Lynn Grossman writes Faith and Reason, a column for USA Today. Recently she shared some observations from Mark Driscoll that you might find interesting.

"Many Millennials are religiously adrift -- vaguely Christian in belief and barely Christian in practice, a new survey finds. So it's no surprise that those one in six or seven who are active and committed to faith might be feeling a little isolated.

Rebecca McKinsey, a 19-year-old journalism student at Ohio University, is active in an evangelical fellowship on her campus in Athens and in a local church.

Inside those settings, there's love, joy and reinforcement. "We're pretty passionate Christians in my church family," she says. But outside, she often feels alone among her peers."

Read more at USATODAY

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