I’m a Christian. But I’ve Forgotten How to Belong to the Church. | Christianity Today

Christianity TodayA millennial diagnoses her generation’s complicated relationship to the body of Christ.

Interview by Laura Turner/ January 29, 2015

Sometimes, to borrow a phrase, we long to be in the church but not of it. We love Christ, but the church is full of people—and problems—we’d rather avoid. In Lessons in Belonging from a Church-Going Commitment Phobe, Erin Lane, a divinity school graduate and pastor’s wife, explores her difficulty (and that of her millennial generation) in feeling fully devoted to the body of Christ. Laura Turner, a contributor to Her.meneutics, talked with Lane, a program director at the Center for Courage & Renewal, about the paradox of belonging and the practices that help to sustain commitments to others.

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