5 observations on intergenerational church dynamics

August 15, 2007

Joshua Settles (aka elderj) makes 5 personal observations based on his participation in an English Ministry of a Korean church at Don’t treat us like children:

  1. The KM controls the resources and therefore sets the agenda.
  2. EM is an afterthought.
  3. EM congregations are often spiritually (and otherwise) immature.
  4. The two congregations don’t see each other.
  5. Neither group really wants the other to change.

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Compare these 5 observations with these 22 characteristics of a typical Korean ethnic church.

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