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The Millennials: Connecting to America's Largest Generation

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  • Posted January 19, 2011

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    Interesting book!

    Thank you to the christianaudio Reviewers Program for providing this audio book to me for my honest review.

    In this book authors Thom S. Rainer & Jess Rainer share the information gained from the research they have done on the millennial generation. Those involved in this research include those born between the years 1980--2000. This group numbers 78 million and is larger than the baby boomer generation. The authors interviewed 1200 older "millennials" from across the nation.

    Being close to this generation in age myself, I found it interesting to learn this generation's thoughts and opinions on various subjects including money, family, the environment, religion, and work. One thing that really sticks out from this book about this generation is the importance placed on family and relationships. Relationships are key to the members of this generation. I was a bit surprised to hear just how low of a percentage of members of this generation are Christians. The book closes with an overview, tying all the information together as well as asking the question how can the church use this information to reach those in this generation.

    I enjoyed listening to the narrator, Ray Porter. He was easy to hear and made the book enjoyable for the listener. I didn't have any problems with this recording.

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