Sean Dunn writes,
“They are surrounded by the most exciting opportunity that anyone could ever know, and yet many of them take it for granted. Young people who grow up in the church sit through countless biblical teachings and attend all sorts of church camps and conferences. They sing dangerous songs about knowing God personally, drawing near to his heart and being used as his hands and feet. Yet many of them sing as though this were a spiritual hobby instead of a holy passion.”
In Bored With God, Sean catalogs what he has seen as apathy in his ministry to youth. He offers sympathetic guidance from the scriptures for keeping apathy from spreading and for shepherding students into spiritual hunger. Sean’s predominant research tool is life experience with teens, and he blends practical wisdom with real-life examples in Bored With God to illustrate ways to help students find a passion for God.