The band We are Messengers are part of the Hits Deep 2020 Tour stopping in the QCA March 20, and on Monday we’ll get a glimpse into their heart as we visit with lead vocalist Darren Mulligan. Daren will share about his journey of faith and their call to raise awareness to the stigma of mental health issues in the church. It’s a conversation that will remind us of the daily forgiveness, grace, and mercy of our Lord that we need every day and can offer to others today.
Often we think of evangelism in regards to new people coming to faith, but this morning we are going to have a conversation about those who used to sit in our church pews and now have left the church. More and more we hear stories of once strong Christian youth growing up to abandon the faith they once embraced. If you have a heart for a young person that has walked away, we hope you’ll listen in as Drew Dyck shares the top reasons why young people have left the church and how that is the very thing God can use to bring them back.
Drew Dyck has an M.A. in Theology and is an editor at Moody Publishers and the former managing editor of Leadership Journal. His work has been featured in USA Today, HuffPost, Christianity Today, and CNN.com. Drew is the author of Generation Ex-Christian, Yawning at Tigers, and Your Future Self Will Thank You. He lives with his wife Grace and their children near Portland, Oregon.
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