We are told that 60%-70% of 18-22 years olds who regularly attend church stop attending during this age. Many of these youth walk our college campuses.
College students are making life altering decisions at this age about education, finances, career, faith, family, friends, meaning of life, and many other critical matters about who they are and how they will live life.
Young adults have many questions that need to be answered. Such questions as:
- Is there a God?
- If so, where is He and what is He up to?
- Why do I exist?
- Does my life have any real significance?
- Am I unique?
- Do I have any real value?
- Why is life so unfair?
- And why do bad things happen to me?
- Why do I feel so alone?
- And why don't I have any real friends?
- Is there life after death?
- What about my future, and where will I go when I die?
These are just a few questions that young adults are plagued with on a daily basis. These might be called "The greatest questions of life." Most of the human race are card-carrying members of the "Search for the Meaning of Life Club." Pondering the questions of the human dilemma and struggling for the right answers in a world that seems bent on hiding the truth about the here, the now, and the hereafter seem common to us all.
We pray that if you are visiting this page for the first time, you will consider being our guest as soon as possible. We are all trying to find the answers to the questions above, and we believe the answers are given to us by God in His Word.
The Bible IS relevant to us today.