We have to stop taking the young people in our church for granted.  They are not “The Church of Tomorrow,” but part of today’s church, the sheep Christ calls us to feed and care for.  They need more apologetics than pizza, more opportunities for genuine questioning and having their questions answered than rock concerts.  But they also need their church to be a “plausibility structure” that displays the truth of the gospel.  That doesn’t mean a community of the perfect or the know-it-alls (that will only lead to disappointment, despair, and cynicism), but of sinners who return each week together to repent and believe the gospel and be bound together in a fellowship of pilgrims. — Michael Horton (from, The Church Must Do More Than Get the Gospel Right)