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Graying and Greening of the Church (2/1/2004)
  Generally, many youth workers do not think of connecting intergenerationally to enhance youth programming, but youth are shown to benefit from finding older role models in their congregations. This article takes a close look at the current generations of youth and older adults to show the need to connect these generations in service to and with one another.
To Stratify Well (6/1/2006)
  All professional church-workers are Called to "equip the Saints" in congregations, which includes all ages of Gods people!
Young Adult Youth Leadership (6/1/2006)
  Effective programming for young adults must plug those young adults into the congregation as a whole. Youth group can be a good place to start young adults as mentors and volunteers as you seek to usher them into the larger church family.
Praise an Audience of One (4/1/2005)
  Powerhouse is the youth-let worship service held at Immanuel Lutheran Church in St. Charles, Mo. This article provides tips and focus for those interested in beginning a youth-led worship service in their congregations.
A Day in the Life of a Fitz (5/1/2004)
  The Fitz Family is a family troupe of jugglers that has been performing since 1992 and has been traveling full time since 1994. This article is about their family and their work.
Here They Come (3/1/2005)
  Youth ministry programming is a bridge from childhood to an adult relationship witht he congregation. After a young person "graduates" from youth group he needs to have the ambition to be an active member of the church for the rest of his life. This article is about how to help your youth get there successfully.
Intergenerational Youth Ministry: An oxymoron or the future? (11/6/2009)
  Consider key reasons why recent youth ministry practices focus upon separating the generations, key reasons for bringing the generations together, and how to introduce an intergenerational philosophy into your congregation.
Lock-In: Bread of Life (11/16/2011)
  This lock-in/servant event is intended to focus on the ordinary substance of bread with the prayer that God will use that also to accomplish the spectacular.

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