Changing Shape: The Faith Lives of Millennials

Ruth Perrin (Author)

Product Details

$35.00  $32.20
SCM Press
Publish Date
January 31, 2020
5.38 X 8.5 X 0.63 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author

Ruth Perrin is Leech Research Fellow at Durham University. In addition to her research interests she is also a tutor on the Cranmer Free Church Track, associate staff at King's Church Durham and a trainer in Christian leadership. She has 20 years ministry experience primarily (though not exclusively) with students and young adults. She appears regularly at New Wine national and regional events


"I offer a health warning life will be much simpler for you if you don't read this book. But if you do you will quickly realise that things have got to change in our Church and this change will have to go deep and will turn long held assumptions upside down. I am struggling to think of a more important book that will be published this year. Ruth Perrin's research is quite simply a game changer. "--Pete Ward
"The literature on millennials and GenZ can only be summed up as divergent. Some herald these coming and arrived generations as the most important, talented, and reflective people the western world has yet to produce. Others, with the same amount of letters behind their names and CVs populated with the same number of publications, call them the sign of the apocalypse, those bringing a death to our culture and even more dire assertions. It's into this environment that Ruth Perrin offers her insightful (and very well researched) Changing Shape: The Faith Lives of Millennials. This is a book that promises to help all pastors, parents, and others looking for a balanced and faithful description of these younger generations. It's a helpful resource all interested in young people should study."--Andrew Root