If Your Church Isn’t Multi-Generational, Aren’t You Missing Something?

I just spent half a week on the youth mission trip from our church.  There were 65 total, 40ish being actual youth.  What I was most impressed with were the adult and young adult leaders.  Their excitement and passionate faith set the tone, creating a culture within the group.  This was particularly true during worship: young people observing older people worship God.  There’s something pretty powerful in that.

One generation shall praise Your works to another,
And shall declare Your mighty acts.
I will meditate on the glorious splendor of Your majesty
And on Your wonderful works.
Men shall speak of the might of Your awesome works,
And I will proclaim Your great deeds. (Psalm 145:4–6)

Boa, K. (1993). Handbook to prayer: Praying scripture back to God. Atlanta: Trinity House.

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