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TUESDAY, JUL 8, 2014  |  4 comments
'Christianity Today' Compiles List of 33 Millennials Shaping the Church
Christianity Today magazine has compiled a list of 33 Christians that shaping that church today, and not one of them is over the age of 33. The millennial generation has sparked a great deal of conversation, and not all of it is positive. But Christianity Today named 33 young people involved in ministry who are having a real impact; many of them use their faith in surprising ways. From pastors, to musicians, to philanthropists, the way that these millennials are working for the Lord may change the church forever.

Trip Lee is called the “The Hip-Hop Theologian.” The 26-year-old is already an established name on Christian billboard charts and uses his rap voice to preach the gospel. He now serves as a pastoral assistant in Washington, D.C.

Nabeel Qureshi is a former Muslim turned Christian evangelist. He is the author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus and now speaks on his conversion experience ...


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If you follow Phillipians 1:10, then you will make your own statements of commendation concerning things that (and persons who) are excellent.
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Undoubtedly, these people will have an impact...like the christianity today magazine does...for the worse. All are paving the way for the antichrist.
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"Christianity Today" IS Laodicean!
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watch and pray | USA  Find all comments by watch and pray
Hooray for recognition of influence and excellence (Philippians 1:9-10)!
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