A Globally Connected Generation
What values are Millennials, and now Gen Z, bringing with them into adulthood? What kind of world are they already building? What is their relationship to faith?
The reality is that members of this age cohort are hardly “the next generation” anymore. Newcomers no longer, they are a formidable force, actively shaping the future of our workplaces, media, politics, arts, neighborhoods and, yes, churches.
Through The Connected Generation project, pastors and faith leaders will be equipped not only to better understand 18–35-year-olds around the world, but also to truly partner with them in discipleship and support them in their callings.
The Connected Generation project is a partnership of Barna and World Vision, surveying more than 15,000 respondents across 25 countries and 9 languages. Beginning in September 2019 with a comprehensive report and major webcast event, Barna and World Vision will convene global and local-level conversations to understand, engage and collaborate with this connected generation over coming months.