The Importance of Impacting iGen: Ministering to Generation Z Through Websites and Social Media
Schubert, William D.
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Millennials are no longer the newest generational cohort. Generation Z is on the rise. This generation grew up knowing technology before learning to speak. They have mastered the smartphone, but has the smartphone mastered them? It certainly seems that way. The smartphone has hindered their ability to develop personal relationships with other people. Social media and the internet have made them targets for dangers of every kind. The pastor seems ill-equipped to minister and relate to this generational cohort. Through this paper, I aim to provide pastors with material that might aid them in their ministry to the up and coming Generation Z. Now, I do want everyone to be open to reading this paper. I especially want you to consider what this paper offers if ministry to Generation Z is something you feel passionate about. However, in this paper I have made some assumptions and speak rather strongly on some matters. This paper is designed to be used as a tool. Take this paper for what it is and feel free to utilize its contents at your own discretion.