They are the digital generation, the Mosaics (those born after 1983), a new wave of connected and decidedly upbeat young people who are anxious to make a positive difference in the world around them. Skepticism--once the hallmark of Generation X--is waning as the prevelant attitude among teens. As teens change, so must our way of teaching them and reaching them. How can we effectively convey the eternal truths of the gospel to high-tech, information-drenched, highly mobile youth who believe themselves to be self sufficient? What are the challenges we face in reaching out to the Mosaic generation? And what are the opportunities they present? One again, George Barna points the way.
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Date:July 12, 2002
Great book for anyone who works with teenagers. For those of us who work in a church setting, this information is vital in trying to figure out youth culture and it's future outside of the church walls. Lots of stats and figures, but great information.