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Why are fewer young men becoming Christian leaders?

In the summer of 2005, a nationwide survey was conducted by Generation Next, in association with Affinity. Its aim was to pin-point the reasons why fewer young men have emerged as Christian leaders in recent years.

Richard Lacey

The survey was completed by 400 men, mostly aged between 18-40. Last month a major 33-page report was published on the survey’s findings. It makes compulsory reading for all those concerned about where the next generation of pastors is going to come from.