In my last two blog posts (Bringing the Church Back Together- Part 2- First Steps and Bringing the Church Back Together- Part 1- Biblical Foundations) I discussed the biblical foundations of intergenerational worship and the importance of buy-in from the staff and the key leaders of your… Continue Reading “Bringing the Church Back Together-Part 3-Practical Application”
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One of the core values of any intergenerational church should be developing new leaders. While all generations are valued and important, perceived value must be shifted during the development of new talent and leadership. Often seasoned leadership must take a “back seat” to let… Continue Reading “Using the Gradual Release Model to Develop Next Generation Leadership”
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.