How to release old assumptions from previous generations, and embrace new ones, so that the church will thrive.
If you’re a Baby Boomer, you probably don’t get Millennials and Gen Zers, especially when it comes to what they want from a church. Guess what? You’re probably not going to get Generation Alpha either. And that’s a problem, because if we can’t make church relevant to younger people, it will die right along with us. Blank Slate helps us realize that we must let go of what we think church should be. It provides us with tools we can use to change the landscape of ministry and shows us how to engage our children and our children’s children within the church so that it—and they—can thrive.