Multigenerational groups give a true picture of the church, but our differences can sometimes be difficult to manage. This Training Theme will help you train leaders in the differences in the generations and in how to engage everyone in their group. Use this resource in coaching relationships, at your next leadership training meeting, or at your next training retreat. Included is a day-long retreat plan.
For a free sample from this resource, read Practical Ideas to Engage Multigenerational Groups.
Ministering Across Generational Lines
What it takes to be truly multigenerational
By John Ortberg
Determine Your Ministry Age
Do your assumptions about leadership reflect the values of your generation?
By Jimmy Long
Are You Listening to Group Members?
Take time to practice the fine art of listening to understand others.
By David Ping
Stepping Over the Gap
How churches are connecting young and old
By Erik Johnson
Seniors in Small Groups
An enriching small-group experience takes listening and understanding.
By Lee A. Dean
Baby Boomers: A Complex Generation
How small-group leaders can minister to the Sandwich Generation
By Pat J. Sikora
The Gospel for Generation X
Understand the baby busters.
By Dieter Zander
The Next Next Generation
Born after 1980, the Millennials are optimistic and community-oriented.
By Jim Schmotzer
Practical Ideas for Engaging Multigenerational Groups
From marketing well to engaging everyone
By Peri Gilbert
Practical Ways to Reach Everyone
A cheat sheet for multigenerational groups
Compiled by the editors of SmallGroups.com
Total number of pages - 33 pages
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource for use within your local church.