A new generation invigorates the Church with fresh perspective and relevance while the older generation enriches us with their wisdom and experience. Pull up a chair and participate in real dialogue between leaders from both sides of the church generation gap. The issues in their denomination will shine a light on the same widening chasm within the whole body of Christ. . . and within your own fellowship.
Father and son authors Keith and David Drury seek to bring all generations to the table for respectful and fruitful dialogue about some of the most controversial concerns facing the Church today. Dealing with timely issues such as worship, community, race, alcohol, and women in leadership, Keith and David model the kind of dialogue that empowers generations to define their differences, while still remaining united in Christ. Includes probing questions for reflection and teaching tips for leaders..
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Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House (March 1, 2010)