Millennials are an odd breed. They often feel misunderstood, and others admit to finding them hard to understand. This is true also for those of the generation who profess a belief in Christ (even though they might question the label “Christian” for various reasons).
In #TBH, author Regan Blanton King seeks to encourage his fellow millennials to wake up (before 2:00 p.m.) and smell the coffee (single-origin fair trade pour-over). Millennials must challenge themselves to be better and do better for God, family, country, and self. King does not hold back in highlighting millennial problems. While this examination of millennial lifestyles acknowledges feelings common to the generation, it focus is not feelings but rather facts. King desires millennials to be awakened to objective facts that can then impact and change how they feel and relate to the world around them.
Written from a Christian perspective and aimed at millennials and those hoping to understand them, this self-help guide advises a generation of people to grow up, get real, and get a life.