In Episode 41, I discuss the controversial, though wildly accepted, statements of Alexis Bloomer railing against her own generation: Millennials. Bloomer argues that Millennials simply don’t contribute to society, we’re lazy, and disrespectful. Well, I call foul and present a number of facts that bring just about all of her comments into question.
That’s followed by a big “Thank You” from a millennial to millennial Americans who fight for our country, volunteer for our country, love our country, work hard, and put up with the disrespect that often comes from the other generations.
Next, I interview Tanya Mast about her experience of being photographed against her will in a public venue and how Target’s bathroom policy of “inclusivity” has made her feel unwelcome and disrespected by the organization.
Jeremy Lundmark is a former pastor and former host of the podcast "After The Sermon." Jeremy has earned his Masters of Ministry from Summit University in Clark's Summit, PA. He is the author of the book, The Fury of God. Jeremy is a husband of thirteen years to Alison G. Lundmark and is the proud father of three children: Alexander, Brionna, and Scarlett. To connect, leave a comment on one of his posts at TheologyMix.com.