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Last week, Andrew Walker moderated a panel discussion with me, John Stonestreet, Lindsay Swartz, and Eric Teetsel on how millennials view marriage, divorce, and singleness.

I’m convinced that, in all our encouragement of millennials toward marital commitment, we must simultaneously cast a vision for vocational singleness and how we can integrate singles into all aspects of church ministry. We also tackle topics like divorce, how the Sexual Revolution has changed millennial expectations for sex, marriage, and why gay marriage is so widely accepted among the younger generations.

You can watch the video below.

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​Trevin Wax is Bible and Reference Publisher at LifeWay Christian Resources and managing editor of The Gospel Project. You can follow him on Twitter or receive blog posts via email. Click here for Trevin’s full bio.

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