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    Quote Originally Posted by nkypete View Post
    I'm seeing less and less loyalty to a particular church. If they go to church at all, it is usually to one that fits their schedule on a particular day. Throw in a couple bucks and leave instead of making weekly or monthly commitments to one place.
    This is what the sermon was about Sunday at our church, lack of those in the church from school age to 45.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    I'm struggling to see what's wrong with that? Shouldn't what matters be that they show up and take the time to fit it in their schedules at all?
    Not to take it to religious levels but just showing up isn't necessarily doing God's work, but its all in how the individual believes so..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    I pay $120 for internet, two TV's, one with DVR.
    I am at $138 for internet, 3 TV's one with DVR. I thought about cutting the cord but a few of my friends have sling and they only save about $10. Just doesn't seem worth it to me.

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    If we include internet,

    $113 + taxes, internet, 2 tvs, one dvr.

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    Looks like the millennials have killed this thread too talking about cheap TV service. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrongSide View Post
    I am at $138 for internet, 3 TV's one with DVR. I thought about cutting the cord but a few of my friends have sling and they only save about $10. Just doesn't seem worth it to me.
    That's the boat I'm in.

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    They're killing cash.

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    The overkill hours in a work week. I haven't seen that but a lot of my peers experience normal 40 hr weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkypete View Post
    I'm seeing less and less loyalty to a particular church. If they go to church at all, it is usually to one that fits their schedule on a particular day. Throw in a couple bucks and leave instead of making weekly or monthly commitments to one place.
    Those churches also have to throw in free Wi-Fi, coffee and donuts (all during the service) to get them in the door. It's not really church to them, it's more like a trip to the movie theater. Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    Those churches also have to throw in free Wi-Fi, coffee and donuts (all during the service) to get them in the door. It's not really church to them, it's more like a trip to the movie theater. Sad.
    It's not for me, but I'm certainly not going to criticize or begrudge another for how they choose to worship or practice their faith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    It's not for me, but I'm certainly not going to criticize or begrudge another for how they choose to worship or practice their faith.
    That's the rational millennial way to think about something or someone. These old timers are stuck in there ways and it's there way or you're screwing it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    Those churches also have to throw in free Wi-Fi, coffee and donuts (all during the service) to get them in the door. It's not really church to them, it's more like a trip to the movie theater. Sad.
    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    It's not for me, but I'm certainly not going to criticize or begrudge another for how they choose to worship or practice their faith.
    I still take issue with people who wear jeans to church for Sunday service, just how I was raised, you dont wear jeans in church. People seem to be flocking to those "Entertaining Churches."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Read through this. Interesting. Can one also say that millennials are lazy? After reading this, many of the things I see that they don't like are in some way connected to not wanting to put in the effort/energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    Read through this. Interesting. Can one also say that millennials are lazy? After reading this, many of the things I see that they don't like are in some way connected to not wanting to put in the effort/energy.
    What on that list makes them lazy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    What on that list makes them lazy?
    I asked a question. Read the story and see the reasons given.

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