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The Church of All Ages: Generations Worshiping Together

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Many congregations today experience collisions between parents who ant to spend time with their children and age-segregated church programming, as well as between the children worshiping in their pews and the increasing number of seniors in the same pew. Among the questions these congregations struggle to address are these: Should we try to hold the generations together ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published December 17th 2007 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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John Medendorp
Sep 30, 2014 John Medendorp rated it really liked it
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Howie strikes again with another awesome, and awesomely helpful, book on the life of the church, this time concerning the topic of intergenerational worship. Very direct topical chapters from people like Bob Keeley, Darwin Glassford, Stan Mast, and Norma deWall Malefyt (and others) on topics from faith development to culture changing to preaching to worship planning. Throughout, the book is peppered by stories about intergenerational relationships and church issues that are great sermon ...more
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Apr 02, 2016 Steve rated it liked it
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Vanderwell has collected some good overall ideas on how to encourage a valuable worship environment in a multi-generation congregation. Most of it is common sense backed with some excellent real-life examples of both success and failure.
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