Intergeneraltional preaching accounting for the various dynamics of multigenerational churches

Full Title
Intergeneraltional preaching accounting for the various dynamics of multigenerational churches
Author
Duane L Flowler
Abstract
There are differences in listening comprehension at differing developmental stages of life. The differences exist between young children under about age 7, children from around 7 to 11, teenagers who have the adult tools for mature listening comprehension, and more mature adult listeners. This paper examines how preachers in intergenerational worship services preach intentionally to all generations without sacrificing the essentials of expository Christ-centered preaching. It also includes segments on pitfalls to avoid and suggestions for obtaining and using feedback. The hope is to help preachers preach the Word of God to reach everyone from the infant to the nonagenarian.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Stephen Estock
Language
English
Date
2017
Number of Pages
175
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