A generation born between 1995 and 2011, open with their fears, passions, and formerly taboo topics such as sexuality and mental health. A generation who grew up during the technology boom and spent most of their adolescence online. A generation who is candid with their thoughts, inclusive, and outspoken.
With $100,000 in funding, the world’s go-to search engine was founded, changing how Gen Z would search for information in the future
The ability to stream and post videos online for public consumption changed the online usage of many in Gen Z while perpetrating the video and visual culture that lives with them now
This ushered in the era of smartphones that Gen Z has come to adapt to quickly
The Great Recession became a major point of Gen Z’s adolescence. It pushed many to put the desire for financial stability before the desire of having a family
For many Gen Zers, this is the first presidential election that they remember.
This catastrophic event pushed many Gen Zers further into the fight against climate change and to become social justice warriors
Join us for a free webinar series where those from Gen Z and those who work with Gen Z come together to talk about what this generation needs as it grows up in the church. Some of the questions we will be discussing are:
Created and moderated by DCE Cassie Moore.