Five Ways to Deal with Generational Wars in Your Church


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We have heard and read countless discussions on “worship wars” in the church. Most of these wars were really generational wars. Thom and Kevin look at five ways to address and deal with these wars.

1. Try to understand the true reasons behind the conflict.

2. Get representatives of the different generations talking to each other.

3. Show examples of generational unity from other churches.

4. Get members of different generations working together in ministry.

5. Consider cross-generational small groups


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