Getting multiple generations to agree on the direction and vision of a church can be difficult!
Here’s one interactive tool I’ve used to help older and younger generations talk to one another about their hopes and dreams for their church. Once people get to know each other better, the task of unity becomes simpler.
Of course, to get people from multiple generations to talk to one another means that people have to get together.
So go ahead and plan an intergenerational event — such as a potluck lunch or pancake breakfast, a games day or a prayer night, a small group or (gasp!) even an annual business meeting — and then give everyone enough time to complete the following “Get to Know the Generations” challenge:
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