Are we the lost generation? Maybe. Maybe not. Part I in a three-part post on my story as a Millennial who still goes to church.
Remember when I said this Minding the Generation Gap conversation was going to take some grace? Well, there's really no better impetus to push us to grace than an election season, am I right? And this one has been particularly polarizing and vitriolic, to say the least. We don't need another thing to push the... Continue Reading →
Hi, I'm Emily. And I'm a millennial. (Hiiiii, Emily.) I've been a closet millennial for most of my life, which is a curious thing, because that's not really something you can be in the closet about. I mean, you're in one generation or the other, and you don't get to pick which one, and you don't... Continue Reading →