When ministering to millennials in church, the church itself must create their own ways to make the church more inviting to millennials. This might cause a stir because of how conservative churches might be.

The church must shift its self-perception so that we see ourselves less like travel guides who know everything about the destination and more like hitchhikers in an open road. This transformation begins with the acceptance of an open-minded humility and rejection of closed-minded arrogance. Experts believe that any system closed off to transcendence will always fail to impress the next generation. We should be seekers, instead of dwellers.

Ease up on making them theologians and just simply share the message of Christ with simplicity, relevancy, and conviction.

Christians who resonate with millennials will adopt the posture of a humble pilgrim or courageous explorer. They will not act like the arrogant teacher or the know it all theologian. To start off, explaining deep theological principles to millennials is no fun. They find it hard to incorporate them in their own life. Try finding a more creative way to introduce deeper theological principles into sermons. Millennials could care less that the Strong’s Concordance number 5368 is “love.” Even less of them are impressed with the Greek verb parsing. They are relatively simple (which is not to be confused with simple-minded). There are also not as moved with how you got the Bible knowledge as much as they are with the knowledge itself. So, as you are ministering to millennials, ease up on making them theologians and just simply share the message of Christ with simplicity, relevancy, and conviction.

Engaging on missions, Millennials seem to prefer causes to church programs. It’s easier to get a millennial to volunteer at a voter march than  volunteer for the annual Church fair. They are eager to make their mark on the global world. You have to think bigger than the annual Church Cake Contest to get them interested. They’d spend every Saturday of the year assisting if you can show them how they can impact the world through a particular cause that interests them. Think beyond your borders: wells for Africa, human tracking, global warming- take these types of global initiatives and connect their meaning to local ones.




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