Baptists among 33 top young evangelicals
    July 3 2014 by Aaron Earls, Baptist Press

    NASHVILLE (BP) -- Four young Southern Baptists are among Christianity Today's "33 Under 33," a list of 33 millennial Christians featured in the magazine's most recent cover story who are shaping the church and culture.
     
    To counteract the theory that Millennials are leaving the faith, Christianity Today showcased those who are leading it. They spoke with ministry leaders and other influential leaders to develop their list.

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    Clockwise from top left: Saira Blair, Trevin Wax, D.A. Horton and Trip Lee. All of these are Southern Baptists listed among Christianity Today’s “33 Under 33,” a list of millennial Christians shaping the church and culture.

    Trevin Wax, Trip Lee, Saira Blair and D.A. Horton were noted as being among those who are influencing the church today and embody what it will look like in the future.
     
    Wax, 33 years old and a member of a Southern Baptist church near Nashville, is managing editor of The Gospel Project, a Bible Study curriculum from LifeWay Christian Resources, and author of four books. He is also a prominent blogger, writing daily at Kingdom People.
     
    Lee, after four solo studio albums with Lecrae's Reach Records, decided to take time away from the music industry to concentrate on pastoral ministry and writing. Formerly a student a Boyce College, the 26-year-old is now a senior pastoral assistant at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.
     
    Blair, part of The Church at Martinsburg (W.Va.), recently won a primary to become her district's Republican candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates without one very important vote -- her own. At only 17, she is seeking to become the youngest state legislator in West Virginia history.
     
    Horton, 33, a former rap artist and urban church planter, is now the national coordinator for urban student missions for the North American Mission Board. He also serves as the executive director for ReachLife Ministries, the non-profit outreach of Reach Records.
     
    (EDITOR’S NOTE - Aaron Earls is a writer for LifeWay Christian Resources.)

    7/3/2014 11:49:56 AM by Aaron Earls, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Filed under: Christianity Today, millenials, young leaders




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