For as long as I can remember, I’ve been going to church.
Whether it was Vacation Bible School as a kid (or and adult!), youth group as a teen or speaking from the pulpit today, I’ve always stayed involved with church.
One of the more difficult experiences for me was transitioning out of the youth group, where I had basically become a leader in the group, to being a part of regular church services. There wasn’t anything wrong with our services at Frontline Ministries, but it was hard not to feel like an outsider when you’re the youngest person around.
In 2015, we started Reverb, a way to fight that awkward transition. You may be thinking, “Nathan, you’re just being difficult. It’s not that big of a deal,” but I beg to differ. Here’s an article from CNN about millennials leaving the church.
We meet in my living room on Monday nights for snacks, music, we talk for a while and it always ends with a few of us sticking around to watch wrestling.
It’s nothing wild, but it’s great to have a small group of people talking about things that are so much bigger than we could ever imagine.
Here’s a video (shot vertically… I know) of Monday’s event.
If you want to know more about Reverb, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org