Navigating Uncertainty with Young People
How are young people navigating uncertainty? What does faith have to do with their ability to flourish?
With institutional distrust seemingly at all-time highs, nearly 40% of Generation Z claims no religious affiliation. It’s a startling revelation, one magnified by studies announcing Gen Z as both the most diverse and most lonely generation on record. In this week’s episode, we sit down with Dr. Josh Packard, the Executive Director of the Springtide Research Institute, to discuss his work exploring the faith, spirituality, and churchgoing habits of Generation Z. Listen to this frank conversation about how faith leaders should and should not engage these religious seekers in a COVID-shaped world.
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