ABC News recently ran an interesting interview with some of the younger leaders in the Evangelical Church. You can watch the whole interview here. The Q blog comments:
When asked what issues this generation cares about, no panelist initially mentioned a traditional hot button issue, such as abortion or gay marriage. They did mention, however, other pressing issues such as educational reform, poverty, healthcare, violent human conflict, genocide, AIDS, and climate change. According to the panelists, many issues define this generation—not just a few.
Could there be a new day ahead for the Church, when we are known much less for who/what we are against but rather what we are for?