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Reaching people under 40 while keeping people over 60 : being church for all generations

Author: Edward H Hammett; James R Pierce
Publisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Chalice Press, ©2007.
Series: Columbia Partnership leadership series.
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Many church leaders are asking how to keep people over sixty years of age, who often hold church culture values, while at the same time reach people under forty, who often hold postmodern values. Does satisfying the needs of one group necessarily create a barrier to working with the other? Reaching People under 40 while Keeping People over 60 looks at the church as it seeks to function in a postmodern world, a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward H Hammett; James R Pierce
ISBN: 9780827232549 0827232543
OCLC Number: 172521699
Description: xii, 180 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Understanding the challenge of church today --
Why pastors are burning out and churches are dying --
Church : a hotel for saints or a hospital for sinners? --
Discovering the points of tension --
When generations collide --
Is the church a business? : when mission challenges personal preferences --
When cultural realities impose on church traditions --
Finding the win-win for the church --
A coach approach that moves you to mission --
What's a win-win for people over sixty and people under forty? --
What's a win-win for your church? --
What are the options for creating a win-win situation? --
What about the forty- or fifty-somethings? --
Celebrating church for all generations.
Series Title: Columbia Partnership leadership series.
Other Titles: Reaching people under forty while keeping people over sixty
Responsibility: Edward H. Hammett with James R. Pierce.

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Many church leaders are asking how to keep people over sixty years of age, who often hold church culture values, while at the same time reach people under forty, who often hold postmodern values. Does satisfying the needs of one group necessarily create a barrier to working with the other? Reaching People under 40 while Keeping People over 60 looks at the church as it seeks to function in a postmodern world, a global change that encompasses more than generational differences.--From publisher's description.

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