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Summer 2009: iGens
volume 30, Issue 3
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What have we learned from the rise, decline, and renewal of "Gen-X" ministries?
The fractured world of multi-generational church leadership.
Reared on self-esteem and impervious to guilt, the next generation needs good news that can break through their defenses.
These churches are learning to welcome children into their worship and mission.
The surprising impact when leaders tap the power of a generation of influencers.
Honoring the departed and the budget.
A variety of worldviews provides challenges and opportunities.
The community wins when churches work together.
A review of "The Next Evangelicalism"
(It's not because we feel guilty.)
Fostering conversation vital for every small group.
Officiating the weddings of unbelievers can be a key to reaching them.
How to collect gifts to fund short-term missions legally.
Learning to be an advocate in the pulpit.
What you need to minister with your spirit intact.
An ancient monk's surprising role in bringing justice and healing to his neighbors.
What makes a pastor a pastor?
The kingdom of God is like a punk rock wedding.
On sanctification, making war against sin, and cannibalism in the New Reformed movement.
What to do, and not do, when reaching out to Muslims
A researcher argues that the future of youth ministry will require bringing the generations together.
Your assumptions about leadership reflect the values of a particular generation.