Last week during my preaching class, Dr. Wymer shared some very interesting information on the various generations currently in the church, the challenges and opportunities of preaching to each one, and the really fascinating historical cycles that have repeated since the Revolutionary War (!) in our country.
It reminded me of this guest post from my friend Kyle Baker that I have been holding on to. He makes a great point that while generational differences are real, human nature affects us all, and no generation (even the “greatest”) should be put on a moral pedestal. Thoughts?
I love that we can talk about anything in our house, including sex. I’m glad the kids know they can ask questions. I’m glad they know the words for things. However, Nina’s thoughts on the “Miracle of Life” movie shown at school was a bit much for dinner time.
I know what I want for my birthday.
Preaching a good sermon is a lot harder than it looks.
I like classes in classrooms much better than classes online.
The second bowl of chili is almost always a mistake.
“There must be, and, if we are honest, there always will be at least one situation in our lives that we cannot fix, control, explain, change, or even …