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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
In some churches, the attempt to support the unity of the church and unity in families has given birth to a ministry paradigm called intergenerational ministry. How well does your church (and its leaders) understand and practice the major principles of this important ministry? Use these assessments to bridge some generational gaps in your services, atmosphere, and classes. Look at your church from a bird's eye view, or to dive into the details of a ministry that integrates seniors, youth, and everyone in between.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Connecting the Generations
Deck: How intentional is our church at conducting ministry activities to build bridges?
Author: Leadership Journal
Title: Reaching Multiple Generations
Deck: Flexibility and adaptability are crucial to connect with the widest audience.
Author: Michael Lewis
Title: Still Willing to Build
Deck: Our oldest church members stand ready to contribute to the Kingdom of God.
Author: Robert Warren, Jared Gerig, and John Cottone
Title: Welcoming Young Leaders
Deck: The next generation does not see leadership the same way as the older generation.
Author: Jim Schmotzer
Title: Women of All Ages
Deck: Designing effective ministry means reaching younger, older, and in-between
Author: Naomie Gaede-Penner
Title: Pipe Organs, Guitars, or Gregorian Chants?
Deck: Approach issues other than generational preference in picking worship music styles.
Author: Garth Bolinder
Title: Many Generations, One Classroom
Deck: Intergenerational learning offers great opportunities for families to grow.
Author: Douglas Bartz
Title: Young People, Tough Questions
Deck: Dealing with their real concerns gives our message more credibility.
Author: Rick Richardson