Tag: intergenerational worship

The Young Daughter and The Boomer Tenor

In the past two days I’ve been reminded of why it’s good to have multiple generations in music ministry. I’m convinced more and more that any church that values ALL her members and finds why to incorporate each person of varying abilities will be… Continue Reading “The Young Daughter and The Boomer Tenor”

The Unfortunate Decline of the Choir

When I was researching choirs in intergenerational churches several years ago, I used a statistic from the National Congregations Study conducted by Chavez to make the point that choirs were still in a majority of our churches in the southern US. See data here:… Continue Reading “The Unfortunate Decline of the Choir”

Jonah: The Drama King

It’s hard for me to read the book of Jonah because I find myself written all through the pages. You remember the story…God sent Jonah to call the wicked people of Nineveh to repentance. Jonah did not heed the voice of the Lord and… Continue Reading “Jonah: The Drama King”

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