Contribution to Book
Second and third generation Latinos are the fastest growing population among the largest minority in the United States. Worship and music are a crucial part of their religious experience and spiritual growth. They favor energetic, public worship that is biblically based and passionately led. However, there is a gap between their preferences and perceptions and those of the first generation Latinos who typically lead Hispanic churches. This gap must be bridged for U.S-born Latinos to thrive and develop as disciples of Christ.
Generational Faith: Change and Consistency across Generations
The 180° Symposium
Flores, Andres, "Worship Preferences and Practices to Reach Second and Third Generation Latinos" (2012). 180 Symposium Publications. 31.
Posed with permission, Center for Youth Evangelism at Andrews University