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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I wish we sang something in my church that I know. I don’t know any of the new songs and no one around me does either. I wish we would sing some/more hymns…you know, something with lyrics that don’t repeat 700 times? We want… Continue Reading “Moving OVER, but not OUT”
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If any church claims to be truly intergenerational, her leadership must reflect the generational diversity of the church. To be clear, there is little need for an 8 year old with limited perspective to make unilateral, major decisions requiring a broader perspective of someone… Continue Reading “Shared Leadership”
“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.