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The current urban population – connected by consumerism, social media, and the entertainment industry – forms the largest global youth culture ever to exist. It spans the globe, shares the same values, listens to the same music, watches the same movies, and shares the same posts. They do not look to the church for answers but believe it to be a dead and empty tradition of the past. Yet, God’s heart is broken for this lost generation and Christians need to make the message of his love accessible to them. In this webinar, we want to spark a discussion on how local churches can start missional evangelistic movements in secularised cities.

23 Sep 2020
17:00 - 18:30 GMT

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