The idea around this book is that there are giant mega churches who have budgets and staffing for the Young Adult demographic. (I know "young adult demographic" is a misnomer—but forgive me as I'm trying to explain this best I can. thanks! ha! Soooo.... some churches can afford this—which is great! However, MOST (95%) of churches can't afford to have someone on staff for the Young Adults in any faith community. Anyway, some of the ideas we had are:
little clapboard church in the shadow of megachurch
Flat image of little churches behind a big church
pictures of the mega church with pieces of the image missing with
pastor on the roof image—
images of young adults in like a yearbook layout.
ordinary and unhip— subtitle. thriving millennial ministry for the ordinary church
building plan for the ordinary church.
more book images:
Silhouettes of the ordinary people
The evolutionary scale imagery—
The organic feel of the church that had all the greenery all around it.
Theresa of Avila
Julia of Knoll
other titles that we thought about might give you some insight as to what we were trying to get after
Millennial ministry for the unremarkable church
Why what worked won't anymore and what does today
Millennial ministry from scratch
sustainable (thriving) millennial ministry for the uncool/unhip church
Reengaging the flying nones
6 mistakes of millennial ministry and how to avoid them
Secrets of the extraordinary uncool church
The good news about millennial ministry
making it work in your ordinary church
cracking the millennial code
What if the sky isn't falling?
Reaching the disconnected generation