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A Dope Critique Of The Movie, Dope

Dope is an awesome and concise depiction of the #Millenial generation’s life experiences through the lens of inner-city culture set against the backdrop of Hip Hop’s golden era and all its glory. 40 more words

Hip Hop

The Millennial Generation and Communal Living

An interesting piece in The New York Times profiles how a certain subset of the millennial generation is choosing to live in a communal apartment. While your credit history doesn’t matter, you have to pass an interview to get accepted to live in one of these places: 325 more words

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Missing Contributions at the Decision-Making Table

Last month University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio hosted a symposium “Hispanic Leadership and Philanthropy for a 21st Century Church.” All topics were powerful, but one conversation caught my attention as a snapshot of mismatch when it comes to the human capital of young adults and Catholic ministries. 1,182 more words


Leading Millennials Requires Exercising a Different Type of Authority - Article Review

Rainer makes a significant effort to understand the millennial generation, but seems to miss the mark on several points. Beginning with the positioning he is using to convey his points, it’s cliché and much over done to treat this particular age group as an interpretive study.  644 more words

Attracting Millennials

Glimpses of Calls to Ministry -- My Story

I’m a little hesitant to share any of my story of calling and ministry. Just as trends can only give us a glimpse of reality, my story seems highly incomplete–as I’m sure there are more conversions and twists ahead. 1,495 more words

My Life On The Way

"I learned it from you."

Presidential Elections always spark a great debate or discussion.  Money matters, international relations, and domestic affairs are in the forefront.  Let me just start by saying this post isn’t meant to prompt a political debate.   806 more words

Glimpses of Calls to Ministry

As part of a continuing conversation (1, 2, 3, and 4) on younger generations and ministerial leadership, I’m sketching out some insights into… 1,433 more words