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18-30s: A missing generation - Kiera Phyo

Kiera Phyo talks about how we might be able to communicate the gospel to 18-30 year olds.

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This talk was filmed at a national consultation, entitled, 'A Relevant Gospel: How should we contextualise the message for our 21st century Britain?'. It is the second in a series of five events taking place as part of the Evangelical Alliance's 'Confidence in the Gospel' initiative.

Download a synopsis of this video, along with questions for discussion.


  1. Is the number of 18-30s in our church a cause for concern? Should it be? What might some of the reasons be for the number (either high or low) of people we have in this age group? 
  2. Which part of the picture painted of the world of 18-30s particularly rang true for us? What opportunities and challenges does this present us as a church?
  3. What is the gospel message according to the 18-30s in our church (or those who have left our church)? Do we consider that message to be a good presentation of the gospel? If not, where does it fall short?
  4. How can we ensure that we communicate a compelling gospel to the missing generation, while remaining true to whole message?
  5. How can we equip a generation of peer storytellers?