Millennial Experiment: Experiments for improving life, self improvement, self help, millennial generation, personal finance, society & culture
About This Show
The show dedicated to helping each other become the best versions of ourselves while using a series of experiments to help aid in the process. We will explore a typical millennial upbringing and talk about things like money, society, and culture. Then we will provide experiments to help break your normal routine of life and become a better you!
Most Recent Episode
Interview with the Millennials for Marriage Experts
Today we interview the experts on millennials and marriage! We discuss why millennials aren't marrying at the rate of previous generations, why things have changed, and what we can do to restore the covenant of marriage! Jennifer Murff is the President of Millennials for Marriage. She has conducted years of research involving public, private, and non-profit sectors looking at the emerging leaders of today and the families they will produce tomorrow. As an expert on Millennials, she found that millennials are abandoning marriage at an alarming rate and this could have devastating effects on the future of our nation. For society to prosper, we need thriving communities, healthy churches, and growing families that are held together by strong and committed covenantal marriages. It is from both this personal passion and sound academic research that helped lead to the creation Millennials for Marriage. Jennifer is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University and Regent University where she hold a Doctorate of Strategic Leadership with an emphasis on strategic foresight focusing on millennials and the future of marriage at Regent University's School of Business and Leadership.J.T. Murff is Chairman of Millennials for Marriage. JT. has worked as a media and philanthropy/fundraising for most of his career including executive positions in several national TV networks including being founding General Manager and Vice President of Biz TV where he was one of the youngest television executives in the country. He is the 2012 recipient of the Global Leadership Award and is an international speaker on topics relating to family and the defense of children from exploitation. In May of 2017, the Murff's will celebrate 11 years of marriage. Their journey has not been easy, but they have learned that when couples focus on working towards a healthy relationship with