College - Author 1

College of Liberal Arts

Department - Author 1

Journalism Department

Degree Name - Author 1

BS in Journalism



Primary Advisor

Tony Prado, College of Liberal Arts, Journalism Department


This study focuses on how to meet the needs of young adult Christians through community and resources, all of which aim to help them live more like Jesus. There are many online resources for Christians, but society lacks a “one-stop shop” website that has every resource a young adult following Jesus could need. These resources include an online community where people can choose what mode of community they need, whether that be one-on-one discipleship or mentorship, consistent group meetings with people their own age, an accountability partner, or just a friend who shares similar beliefs and values. In an era that leaves young adults as the loneliest age group, it is crucial to give this demographic outlets to create genuine connections that prevails common trends in young adulthood such as busy schedules or living in a new city with no friends. Stewards of Hope aims to fix the problem of young adults lacking daily, encouraging conversations with other Christians that leave them filled up and ready to live more like Christ.

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Stewards of Hope Website Link