Each rising generation brings with it a new understanding of what it means to be Christian. These ideas shape the way people think about what it means to reach people for Christ—and what this should look like. And too often disagreements over the best way to reach out end up derailing all the church's efforts to fulfill one of its most important calls.
This Resource contains all of the following:
Reversing Age Segregation
Why the generations need to be together.
Outlooks on Outreach
Can one church handle two generations' attitudes toward evangelism and service?
From Relevant Dude to Spiritual Father
A new generation is looking for something very different.
These nine traits characterize churches that reach young adults.
Saint Patrick modeled a style of evangelism that is especially useful in our time.
Three Faces of Graceful Justice
Combine justice and evangelism to engage the interests of multiple generations.
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|Topics:||Emergent, Generational differences, Generations, Missional, Service, Unity|
|Filters:||Emergent ministry, Evangelism, Generational ministry, Outreach, Pastor, Pastoral care, Seniors ministry, Social justice, Young adults ministry, Youth ministry|
|References:||Exodus 12:26-27, Mark 16:15, 1 Corinthians 9:19-23, Proverbs 3:1-2|
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