20 and Something, Paperback (Frames Series)
There is a new reality for twentysomethings in the 21st century. The norm among twentysomethings in the 1960s was married, employed, with kids. The norm now: digitally connected, unmarried tribes who are redefining the way we do life. This book unpacks how and why being a twentysomething is different and how to navigate this season of life well.
|Number Of Pages: ||96|
|Publication Date: ||20140106|
Your Quarterlife Doesn't Have to be a Crisis
20 and Something is for emerging adults and anyone wondering about "those millennials." Twentysomethings today are different than twentysomethings of any other generation. But you already know that—you’re redefining what it looks like to "grow up," contribute to society, and live a meaningful life. Even so, big questions lie ahead—questions about work, calling, marriage, family, faith, and more. How you relate to these institutions will have huge ramifications—for your own life, of course, but also for the rest of society, because institutions need new ways of relating to you as well.
20 and Something is part of the FRAMES series - short yet meaningful reads on the top issues facing us in today’s complex culture. It's a new kind of book brought to you by Barna Group, to help you read less, and know more.