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A Glance Inside: Chapter One
Based on a qualitative study of more than thirty young adults (ages 18–35) from diverse denominations and countries serving in various ministry positions, Millennials in Ministry unveils the heart and vision of young leaders for the Christian church today. Highlighting the generational traits, values, and needs of Millennials in ministry, this book offers helpful insights for churches and organizations that are hiring, retaining, and equipping this new generation of leaders.
• Examines key social, behavioral, and psychological drivers to understand and engage the emerging generation of leaders.• Offers tips and strategies for older leaders to engage, mentor, and empower Millennials.• Identifies trends, challenges, and capacities for Millennials serving in a ministry setting.• Includes assessments and evaluations for church and organizational use.
Jolene Cassellius Erlacher, MA, EdD, grew up in Mexico as the daughter of missionaries. She has extensive experience serving with churches, non-profits and missions agencies. Jolene also worked for almost a decade in Christian higher education, specializing in leadership training, student development and personnel management. During that time, she identified the need for building awareness of generational differences and empowering young leaders as they entered the workplace, especially in ministry contexts. Jolene has a doctorate in leadership and currently works as a trainer and consultant at Leading Tomorrow.
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