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Several generations sitting together in church

Churches today may have as many as five generations among their members.  Differences between people of different ages can be a source of friction and also an  opportunity for growth.
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Haydn Shaw: Churches need to improve their generational IQ

In churches, as in the workplace, generational differences are a challenge. Understanding those differences helps congregations ask the right questions, says the author of two books on generational issues.

SIgn announcing times of Sunday Services at The Church of St. Mabena

Many times institutions have traditions -- such as the Sunday service time -- that are preserved without a reason for doing so.
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David L. Odom: History without a reason

Leaders must be able to articulate why an institution does what it does. Is it a matter of history, or is there a reason? writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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