Understanding Gen Z
Each generation is different from the one before it. Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace, co-authors of the book, "So the Next Generation Will Know," tell us about the unique ways Gen Z—those born between 1995 and 2015—differs from their parents and grandparents. First, this is the first truly digitally native generation. Their phones are their lifeline. Parents shouldn't neglect teaching their kids about the responsibilities of owning a smartphone and interacting online. Moms and dads also need to work at connecting with their kids and answering the questions they have about life and God.
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