Y 57 The Lost Generation: Understanding Why Young People Leave Church and How to Help Them Stay (2019)


As the rate of young people leaving church—and for some, faith itself—reaches crisis levels, how can youth workers, church leaders and parents alike learn from the examples of good practice and reverse the decline?

This two-part study examines the contemporary landscape of a generation growing up in a more connected and secular world than any before, then explores a wealth of material for implementing a curriculum-based approach to youth work.

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Author: Laura Hancock

Laura Hancock is the Director at British Youth for Christ, developing a national discipleship curriculum, and is one of the UK’s leading Christian thinkers and practitioners in youth work.

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Author: Laurence Singlehurst

Laurence Singlehurst is the author of books including ‘Sowing, Reaping, Keeping’ and ‘The Gospel Message Today.’ He is a director of Cell UK, chairman of the trustees for Westminster Theological Centre and a member of the leadership team for Hope Together.

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