Last week I mentioned that just under 20 percent of the intergenerational music/choir leaders/ministers indicated that they value intergenerational worship because it's biblical. A few of my readers asked me to explain a little more about these leaders since they found it hard to believe the percentage was so low. I found some interesting similarities… Continue reading Profile of the Worship Leader that values Intergenerational Worship because it’s biblical
In my research on intergenerational choirs in Southern Baptist Churches in Georgia, I found that leaders of churches that are intergenerational usually have a philosophical reason to value them. Even those leaders that are organically intergenerational and not always intentional about celebrating the diversity of ages in the church, still value that the generations are… Continue reading What’s so important about having an intergenerational church choir anyway?
This week I am teaching on the faculty of the Georgia Baptist Music Camp (Surge 150) in Toccoa. I am joined by hundred of students (3rd grade and up) and tons of faculty and volunteers. It is always a great week of learning, building relationships, and refreshment. Our church has five students here in both… Continue reading Surge 150 Georgia Baptist Music Camp Week—they are the future of church music.