Reaching the Missing Generation @ #pbl12

The Pepperdine Bible Lectures are right around the corner.

Airiel and I will be teaching a class Thursday May 3 at 3:15PM in Keck Science Center 130 (map) entitled “Reaching the Missing Generation: Practical Evangelistic Ministry to Twenty-Somethings”. We’re finishing up our prep this week and are looking forward to being in Malibu next.

In our class we will share observations made regarding common characteristics among a few of the most evangelistically effective 20-something ministries in the United States. Data from national studies performed through Campus Ministry United will inform our content in addition to our own experience in evangelistic 20-something ministries both as students and leaders.

I believe this is going to be a good class, and encourage anyone interested in learning how to better make disciples of young people to attend.

Who will be in Malibu next week?

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7 thoughts on “Reaching the Missing Generation @ #pbl12

  1. Marvin Crowson says:

    Can’t be there. Will it be recorded? I would love to have a copy.
    Marvin

  2. rtblaisdell says:

    i’ll definitely get a recording of this class. wish i could be there in person. God bless y’all, and the work y’all are doing. grace and peace.
    zack

  3. Tulsaoilman says:

    I will be there in Spirit. I love you guys and know you will do a great job.

    Tell-em like it is! “Mighty Warrior”.

  4. mattdabbs says:

    Hope it went well. I am curious which ministries you had a look at. Were they primarily campus ministries and outgrowths of Lynn’s ministry?

  5. […] The class Airiel and I taught went very well, and we were encouraged by the fact that the room ran out of seats and people had to sit in the entryway to listen. […]

  6. Tulsaoilman says:

    @Matt, The research he refered to was done with all the Campus Ministries we (CMU) could reach.

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