Those born 1997-2012, in our culture, have only ever known a world run by technology. While this has played a major role in the way Gen Z’ers form relationships; Lucas challenges us to be merciful and graceful – treating one another as equals.
Millennials (born 1981-1996) often receive a bad rap – one that isn’t fair. Listen as we unpack the need for this generation to be challenged rather than criticized.
Generation X (those born 1965-1980) often represents a time of dissatisfaction and unrest – experiences that everyone will go through. Each of us has two options when we share these experiences: 1) Draw closer to God; or 2) Resolve to run from Him. Join us as we look at the prophet, Jonah’s, experience.
Known for its iconic music and political unrest, the Baby Boomer generation (those born 1946-1964) adopted a mantra of “sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll”. This early rebellion, however, led them to a place of Honesty and Hope: a great turnaround story!
In this series we’ll be looking at maximizing the strength of every generation for the benefit of God’s kingdom. In Week 1 we look at The Silent Generation – those born from 1928-1945 – who remind us that Disrespect and Resentment simply don’t belong in the kingdom.