The video played in the first few minutes is “How to Get Millennials Back in Church” and can be found here:

Grant Skeldon visits Wingmen Ministries to teach us how to disciple Millennials. Our lives are busy. So much so that we find it hard just to keep up with the day to day tasks that keep everything we’re working for in place.

But what if we have it all wrong?

What if we found purpose reaching out to a younger generation who is actively looking for someone to show them a better way? Most of us have experienced the ups and downs of life fully and have learned a lot of powerful lessons along the way. We have learned that in order to do great things, we need people in our corner cheering us on…we need mentors.

Mentorships and Discipling

Millennials have a bad rap, but that is not who they are. They are hungry for truth, they are searching for something deeper, they want to make their lives matter…they just need to be shown the way. We need to step up, take interest in them and their futures and guide them into the future. They need us to show them how to come to God through Christ. It is our place to do this. It is the greatest gift we ourselves can offer and has the potential to change the course of history…for the better.

This video will open your eyes to how you can make a difference in the lives of our youth.

About Grant

Grant is the founder of INITIATIVE, a missional millennial network that exists to change culture by making millennials Christ-loving, city-changing, church-investing local missionaries. He serves on the advisory boards for Harvest America and Movement Day Greater Dallas. He co-founded a missional training organization, Breakdown Ministries, when he was 20 years old. He now lives and goes to church in West Dallas, where he serves on the preaching team at Mercy Street Church, a multicultural church plant in the heart of the urban poor.

You can find out more about Initiative here:


How To Disciple Millennials | Grant Skeldon