reviews Ed Stetzer’s Lost and Found


“It’s no secret that young adults are unplugging or never getting plugged into to a local church. Lost and Found tackles this trend head-on to uncover the disconnect between them and the church . . . One of the refreshing things about Lost and Found is what it does not do. The authors do not get distracted by trying to dive into a myriad of sidelining issues regarding what’s wrong with the church or our belief system, nor do they try to paint a picture of what the church will look like in 50 years. Instead, the material remains unapologetically focused on two questions: Who are the young unchurched? And how can they be reached with the Good News of Jesus?

To this end, Stetzer, Stanley and Hayes explore nine common characteristics of churches who are successfully reaching the young unchurched. These congregations are intentional about creating a deeper community and making a difference through service . . . Lost and Found is a good resource for those trying to reach the next generation and understand how they think.”

Read the full review here.


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