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Passion Generation


The Passion Generation

Seemingly Reckless,

Definitely Disruptive,

But Far From Hopeless

Millennials

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Passion Generation


The Passion Generation

Seemingly Reckless,

Definitely Disruptive,

But Far From Hopeless

Millennials


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ABOUT THE BOOK

Millennials have disrupted almost every major industry. Whether you’re a parent trying to raise them, a pastor trying to reach them, or an employer trying to retain them, they’re disruptive. As the largest living generation, millennials are one of the most studied but misunderstood groups of our day. And the chasm between the generations is only getting wider.

Speaker and founder of the Initiative Network Grant Skeldon pulls back the confusing statistics about millennials to reveal the root issue: it’s not a millennial problem, it’s a discipleship problem. Millennials are known for their struggle to hold jobs, reluctance to live on their own, and alarming migration away from the church. And now our culture is feeling the results of a mentor-less, fatherless generation. But how do you start discipling young people when you struggle to connect with them?

Written by a millennial, The Passion Generation will guide you beyond the stats of what millennials are doing to the why they’re doing it and how we can all move toward healthy community. With wit, compassion, and startling insights, this book shares stories and studies drawn from Skeldon’s years of working to bridge generational gaps. In his signature conversational style, Skeldon offers researched strategies that will spark healthy connections, and practical methods that will help you disciple the millennials you love.

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Endorsements


Endorsements

What others are saying

Endorsements


Endorsements

What others are saying

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"The Passion Generation will open your eyes and heart to the incredible gift of millennials—they’re positioned and ready to grow the church, the Gospel and the community of faith in ways you’ve never imagined. A timely, engaging, and thoughtful work." | Margaret Feinberg


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"There are many books on millennials, but few written by millennials. Grant Skeldon has scribed a plain spoken, hard hitting, results seeking work that is appropriate for serious Christians of all ages. The Passion Generation is Kingdom building for all who take the time to read AND act accordingly. Thank you for awakening in this reader a renewed focus on discipleship." | Bob Doll


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"Grant has written a book that is filled with vibrant truth. His heart and yearning to see a generation come to know Jesus is apparent throughout each and every page." | Jarrid Wilson, Pastor, Author of Love Is Oxygen


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"Grant is a proven leader in the Dallas community committed to engaging millennials in city transformation empowered by the gospel.  The Passion Generation is a must read for any leader who loves millennials and desires to see them reach their full potential." Bryan Carter, Senior Pastor of Concord Church

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about grant

SPEAKER, WRITER,

LOCAL MISSIONARY

 

Copy of Copy of Copy of SPEAKING KIT


about grant

SPEAKER, WRITER,

LOCAL MISSIONARY

 

In response to millennials being labeled noncommittal, cynical, entitled, slacktivists, Grant Skeldon started Initiative Network in order to shift the culture of Dallas by training millennials to be Christ-loving, city-changing, church-investing, disciple-making, local missionaries.

Initiative has impacted thousands of young leaders from over 540 different churches across the metroplex. Grant has traveled the world, speaking to over 40,000 pastors, parents, and business leaders on the topic of engaging and empowering millennials. His book The Passion Generation will be published by Zondervan in November of 2018.

Grant serves on the advisory boards for Harvest America in Dallas and Movement Day. He is a member at Mercy Street Church, a multicultural, urban church plant in West Dallas.