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Mar 23, 2020 - nytimes.com - 0
Opinion | I’m 26. Coronavirus Sent Me to the Hospital. - The New York Times

Millennials: If you can’t stay at home for others, do it for yourselves.

Mar 19, 2020 - apnews.com - 0
Two 20-somethings extend 'invisible hands' in virus outbreak

NEW YORK (AP) — Liam Elkind's big heart and his break from college was a highlight of 83-year-old Carol Sterling's week. The retired arts administrator has been sheltering at home during the...

Mar 19, 2020 - nytimes.com - 0
Nearly 40 Percent U.S. Coronavirus Hospitalized Patients Are Age 20 to 54 - The New York Times

New C.D.C. data shows that nearly 40 percent of patients sick enough to be hospitalized were age 20 to 54. But the risk of dying was significantly higher in older people.

Mar 19, 2020 - nytimes.com - 0
Young, Confident and Flying, Virus Be Damned - The New York Times

For some people, a $50 plane ticket is too good a deal to pass up, even during a pandemic.

Mar 03, 2020 - deseret.com - 0
Gen Z, millennials and religion: What’s the future of faith? - Deseret News

Recent research on Generation Z holds some good news for people worried about the fate of organized religion

Jan 06, 2020 - christianitytoday.com - 1
Why Are Some Churches Trading Pews for Dinner Tables? | CT Pastors | Christianity Today

For the last decade, Verlon Fosner and his church have been hosting weekly dinner gatherings as the flagship of their church family life and mission. These Community Dinners have become part of a movement known as Dinner Church.

Oct 29, 2019 - nytimes.com - 3
Opinion | The Overstated Collapse of American Christianity - The New York Times

Three reasons the narrative of rapid secularization is incomplete.

Oct 29, 2019 - nytimes.com - 4
‘OK Boomer’ Marks the End of Friendly Generational Relations - The New York Times

Now it’s war: Gen Z has finally snapped over climate change and financial inequality.

Oct 08, 2019 - telegraph.co.uk - 1
Putting the faith into Facebook: how millennials are modernising the Church of England

Nick’s tongue would appear at the corner of his mouth whenever he filled in his worksheet.

Sep 24, 2019 - slate.com - 1
Churches are using targeted social media ads to convert and recruit.

“Go and make disciples of all 18- to 34-year-olds within a 10-mile radius who prefer Chick-fil-A to Popeyes.”

Sep 24, 2019 - nytimes.com - 1
Young People Are Going to Save Us All From Office Life - The New York Times

Gen Z-ers and millennials have been called lazy and entitled. Could they, instead, be among the first to understand the proper role of work in life?

Aug 06, 2019 - crcna.org - 2
Inspire: Are We Listening to Young Adults? | Christian Reformed Church

When it comes to raising up the next generation of leaders in the Christian Reformed Church, said Dr. Mary Hulst, we need to be willing to have frank conversations about money, sex, and power.

Aug 05, 2019 - vox.com - 1
Millennial loneliness poll: 22 percent say they have “no friends” - Vox

Loneliness can be helpful, unless it becomes chronic.

Jul 22, 2019 - medium.com - 1
Anything But Christian: Why Millennials Leave the Church

You’ve seen us, with our man-buns and wrist-tattoos. We’ve lurked in the corners of your church coffee-shops: girls with half their hair buzzed away, boys with blooming beards. We come after college…

Jul 10, 2019 - mcsweeneys.net - 1
Innocent Children Are Dying In Unconscionable Human Warehouses On the US-Mexico Border, But I’m Going to Use My Polit...

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Jul 10, 2019 - nytimes.com - 3
‘The Human Experience Is Infinite.’ - The New York Times

Fewer than two decades ago, L.G.B.T. youth had a few mainstream labels to understand their identities. Today, the terminology is far more extensive.

Jun 03, 2019 - religionnews.com - 5
The Pacific Northwest is the American religious future - Religion News Service

SEATTLE (RNS) — Early in this century, the academic center that I direct undertook a research project to examine religion and regionalism in American public life. Of the eight regions we divided the country into, the most distinctive was the Pacific Northwest — Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

May 31, 2019 - nytimes.com - 3
These Millennials Got New Roommates. They’re Nuns. - The New York Times

A project called Nuns and Nones moved religion-free millennials into a convent.

May 08, 2019 - nytimes.com - 2
Why You Need a Network of Low-Stakes, Casual Friendships - The New York Times

Weak ties can offer strong rewards.

Apr 18, 2019 - nytimes.com - 1
Opinion | Five Lies Our Culture Tells - The New York Times

The cultural roots of our political problems.

Apr 18, 2019 - nytimes.com - 1
Let He Who Is Without Yeezys Cast the First Stone - The New York Times

Should pastors wear $5,000 sneakers? There’s been soul-searching recently over materialism in houses of worship.

Apr 03, 2019 - w2.vatican.va - 2
"Christus vivit": Post-Synodal Exhortation to Young People and to the entire People of God (25 March 2019) | Francis

Pope Francis’post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation dedicated to Young People and to the entire People of God, “Christus vivit”, the result of the 15th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment [3 to 28 October 2018], 25 March 2019

Mar 25, 2019 - kuow.org - 0
March 21st | Burned out? Here’s some advice.

Millennials: burned out? Not a new phenomenon, with possibly ancient cures. Do you want your airline safety features to be like the after-market upgrades on your car? And: electroconvulsive therapy is the second most controversial medical procedure, other than abortion. Now the legislature might legalize its involuntary application.

Mar 23, 2019 - americamagazine.org - 0
Can better corporate organization humanize the marketplace? Kickstarter is finding out. | America Magazine

Kickstarter is one of a small but growing number of entities, known as “benefit corporations” or “public benefit corporations,” that are ushering in a new approach to business.