So if you could pitch to your senior pastor to talk about the concept of "Next Gen" to the entire body, what points exactly would you want him to make? I just started reading Compassion International President Wess Stafford's book Too Small to Ignore and already in the first chapter it is rocking my face off. I was reading it out loud to my 7th grade son and I got choked up approximately 4 times. One time was just plain ridiculous actually. I couldn't get through a story about D.L. Moody I've heard a dozen times. I am so passionate about the mission of leading the next generation into a relationship with Christ that I honestly have a hard time even getting my head to comprehend how it's not just a no-brainer that children and youth aren't the number one priority of the church.
Anyway, enough about what I think. What are the driving points about this topic that don't single out parents but apply to the entire body of Christ that you think must be a part of such a series?