“In 2017, Forbes reported that one in four millennials would quit their jobs to become famous. Thirty percent would rather become famous than a doctor or lawyer. One in 10 would choose fame over a college degree. If you ask most middle schoolers what they want to be, their answer would be “YouTuber.” Increasingly, young adults would trade the money, possessions and health for fame…”
McGinniss believes that for most people who travel on mission trips, their hearts are really good” and they do care about their impact. But “if you want to measure your trip by impact,” she said, “is that the impact for you or for the nation or for the organization you’re coming to serve?”
“Like any religion, wokeness understands the need to convert children.”
And just so you know, the author of this article is a gay man who I’m pretty sure would classify himself as liberal and certainly is an LGBTQ advocate.
Okay, one more article, but if you have used up your quota for free articles to The Atlantic, you may not be able to read it. (If you can’t, try your phone. They seem to be more lenient about mobile devices.)
“A term that once described a vital tradition within the Christian faith now means something else entirely.”