“Do you have Instagram?”
I looked at the man across the counter of the donut shop and shook my head. He was trying to connect me with the store’s coupon offer. Needless to say, I couldn’t jump on the bus.
I twaddle back and forth with the lingering frustration that I don’t fit in to my generation. Oh sure, in many ways, I am certainly a Millennial:
-I remember when terrorism wasn’t a thing
-I remember the advent of cell phones and pre-HD days (hey there, 2004, nice slow-mo effect in that movie)
Despite shared life experiences, in many ways, I feel irrelevant among my demographic. This unfortunately can extend to the Bible College cafeteria.
Problem 1: I have a deep heart for the lost of my generation. And I struggle to connect with them.
Subpoint B: How can I preach the Gospel to Millennials if I loathe social media?
Must I become all things to all people