Article: The Power of Generation

In a recent blog post, Dr. James L. Knapp, of "Christianity Today," discussed the needs for members of the Boomer generation to find meaningful service. The members of this generation don't necessarily want to join in on activities that were designed to appeal to older generations. Members of this generation have a lot to give, but often want to find a meaningful match of their talents and interests with an expressed need. If they don't, they may be reluctant to be involved.

Pastors and leaders face a challenge to involve members of the Boomer generation in volunteer work unless it can satisfy the need of a Boomer to be meaningfully active.

This has a lot of truth in it. It strikes a chord.

What do you think? Why?

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"The Power of a Generation," by Dr. James L. Knapp.


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