ministering to 2 very different generations

October 25, 2007

Wednesday Journal is a local newspaper for the Oak Park and River Forest communities in the Chicago, Illinois, suburbs. Their recent article, Speaking to the heart of very different generations, highlighted 4 models for ministering to the different generations within an immigrant ethnic church:

What speaks to the hearts of immigrant congregations and their children when it comes to worship? Is the gap between generations bridgeable? Ethnic pastors in this area have come up with various models for ministering to the two generations in their congregations:

1) Remain traditional
2) Separate and equal
3) Blended
4) Separate

Read the full article to see the stories of churches from the Indian, Chinese, Thai, Filipino, and Mexican communities.

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