Y 45 Youth Ministry in a Digital Age: Understanding and Reaching a Generation of Digital Natives


To many churches rooted in bricks-and-mortar ministry, the digital revolution that has transformed how young people communicate, interact and live every aspect of their lives might seem distant and inconsequential.

This vital booklet argues that if ignored, the impact of digitalization—where connection to social media and digital networks is as intrinsic as the act of breathing—is a divided church with generations drifting further apart. But opportunities abound for youth workers to be digital prophets to a generation of digital natives who have disengaged from traditional church.

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Author: Liz Dumain

With an MA in Contemporary Ministry and Apologetics, Liz Dumain works in enabling mission for the Church of England in Birmingham. She is also a speaker, mentor and lecturer in pioneer mission and leadership with a not-so-secret passion for good coffee, interesting conversation, gin and Jesus (not necessarily in that order!).

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