When we share Christ across cultures we change the language we speak, the way we talk, and the examples we use. There has been a cultural shift, and many Millennials don’t understand the language we use when we tell them the good news about Jesus. Join Matt Mikalatos for a conversation about how to make Jesus known among the Millennial culture. How do we approach the gospel? Which things about Jesus are the best “good news” for them?

This was one of the workshops at the Connect PDX Conference in Portland, Oregon in September 2019.

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Matt Mikalatos has shared Christ with people in countries all over the world, hosted an atheist Bible study, and served on staff with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) for 20 years. He lives in the Portland, Oregon area with his wife and three daughters. Matt is the author of several books, including My Imaginary Jesus and Sky Lantern. He has tried almost every way he can think of to tell people the wonderful good news of Jesus, though he must admit he hasn’t tried dressing up as a giant chicken.
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