I attended Faith Forward, a conference for progressive thinking church people who are involved in church based faith formation of children and youth.
Our youth want to change the world for good with God.
I wish someone could just tell me what to do for the rest of my life, and then hire me for that, and then pay me well.
I have the most amazing job.
This morning, I had breakfast with a pastor of a large congregation in Atlanta.
Lady Gaga burst out onto the stage at a show in 2010 saying, “ALL YOU FREAKS AND LITTLE MONSTERS, THIS IS FOR YOU!!!” The crowd went wild.
On my phone, an app counts the days till what I lightheartedly call “my six-month nap,” the best way, I believe, to embark on the next stage of my life: retirement.
After worship, a tween spent an hour with an octogenarian showing her how to set up her own Facebook account.
So what does a truly intergenerational — or some might call it pan-generational — church look like?
What do a recovering sinner, adventurer, crusader, and orphan have in common? All of them are members of your congregation.