Posts with the tag “research”
The Challenges of Young Adulthood
October 5th, 2020
One of the early defining questions of this project was whether to use the term Millenial or young adult when referring to our target demographic of 23 to 29-year-olds. We even floated 20-somethings a...
The Anatomy of an Ideation Lab
October 1st, 2020
If you're anything like me, you might find the word "ideation" intimidating. What is it anyway? And "ideation lab?" I know most of us haven't had to set foot in a lab since high school or maybe colleg...
Succession and Sustainability: Our Year 3 Theme.
September 10th, 2020
Early on in the life of this grant we found ourselves giving general advice as to how to spend some of the considerable fund we had to give out. We had told our tier one churches that we were going to...
Are You Serious about Change?
September 23rd, 2019
PART 2 IN A 3-PART SERIES BY PIVOT NW RESEARCHER REV. DR. ERIC FORD Change is hard. As a leader in your congregation, you are constantly facing change, ready or not! Maybe you are a new young adult le...
How Are You Preparing for Change?
September 16th, 2019
How are you preparing for change?PART 3 IN A 3-PART SERIES BY PIVOT NW RESEARCHER REV. DR. ERIC FORDWho is your favorite Bible character? For me, Caleb stands out as a faithful example who I want to e...
Partnering in International Research Project
August 14th, 2019
Dear Pivot NW followers and participants,We are excited to announce a partnership with an international group of scholars that are studying new church plants in the urban west. Please read this letter...
Are You Ready for Change?
August 7th, 2019
PART 1 IN A 3-PART SERIES BY PIVOT NW RESEARCHER REV. DR. ERIC FORD “The only thing constant in life is change.” This pearl of wisdom is attributed to the Greek writer Heraclitus, 500 years before Jes...
What Are You Reading to Increase Your YA Literacy?
January 8th, 2019
Reviewing the literature that is part and parcel to our work is very revealing. We see both how young adults want to be regarded, and how non-young adults want to or have learned to regard young adult...