Lost and Found is written to the church, using often-surprising results from the copious research here to strike another nerve and break some long established assumptions about how to effectively engage the lost. Leading missiologist Ed Stetzer and his associates first offer a detailed investigation of the four younger unchurched types. With a better understanding of their unique experiences, they next clarify the importance each type places on community, depth of content, social responsibility, and making cross-generational connections in relation to spiritual matters. Most valuably, Lost and Found finds the churches that have learned to reach unchurched young adults by paying close attention to those key markers vetted by the research. Their exciting stories will make it clear how your church can bring searching souls from this culture to authentic faith in Christ.
- Narration is also very good. Michael...
Narration is also very good. Michael Koontz is able to take the numerous details and statistics and read them in a way that is very engaging and visual.
Just a great book overall.
- This book gives invaluable insight to...
This book gives invaluable insight to those who are either seeking to reach out to un-churched young adults, or are simply wanting to understand why so many young adults have no interest in the traditional idea of "church". The research and examples are incredibly eye opening as Ed paints a clear picture of what these young adults are looking for and how churches can come alongside of them with the love they need. A valuable read for anyone who has a heart for loving young adults, and wants to be effective in bringing them into God's kingdom.