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Millennials and the Church in the Age of Trump: Randy Reed and panel

Saturday, 11:00am | Library

A panel discussion led by Dr. Randy Reed and three millennials who have been engaged in researching Millennials responses to Religion and Politics. They will both tell their own stories and the stories of those they have interviewed about where the institutions of church and politics have failed and where there might be hope for the future.

Randy Reed

Dr. Randall Reed is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. He is a sociologist of religion who works on millennials and the Emerging Church movement. He is coeditor of a forthcoming book “Millennials, the Emerging Church, and Religion: Problems and Prospects” (Cascade Press, 2017) as well as several academic articles on the Emerging Church and/or millennials.

David Colbert
David Colbert is a youth leader, worship minister, and blogger at IChurch in Hickory, North Carolina. As a recent graduate of Appalachian State University, he is now in the process of becoming ordained as a full-time pastor at IChurch. David has been involved with youth for 5 years now, and is sensitive to the need of community among Millennials. It is his goal and life’s passion to see how Millennials can fall in love with the Church all over again.

Jenny Buchanan

Session ID [75]
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