NOTE: This material is also found under GLOBAL OUTREACH TEAM
WHAT MISSIONARIES OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES by Dr. Ronald Koteskey
MEET THE MILLENIALS by Walt Mueller
A consice introductory article to the Millenial Generation that covers the following three topics:
• What Parent’s Need to Know About The Millennial Generation,
• What Can You Do To Help Parents?
• Topics for Roundtable Discussion
THE NEXT “NEXT GENERATION” by Jim Schmotzer
Born after 1980, the optimistic and community-oriented Millennials are your up-and-coming church leaders.
EMERGING CONFUSION by Charles Colson
Distressed about my widely circulated exchanges with an “emerging church” leader, a young theologian confronted me after a conference. He urged me to try to understand them. “You might be surprised by how much you agree on,” he said.
How Young People View Their Lives, Futures and Politics A PORTRAIT OF “GENERATION NEXT”
By the Pew Research Center (2007)
GENERATION iY: OUR LAST CHANCE TO SAVE THEIR FUTURE by Tim Elmore
This landmark book paints a compelling-and sobering-picture of what could happen to our society if we don’t change the way we relate to today’s teens and young adults.
THE MILLENIALS by Tom & Jess Rainer
Best-selling research author Thom Rainer (Simple Church) and his son Jess (a Millennial born in 1985) present the first major investigative work on Millennials from a Christian worldview perspective.
BOOMERS, XERS, AND OTHER STRANGERS: UNDERSTANDING THE GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES THAT DIVIDE US by Kathy Hicks, Rick Hicks
Ever wonder why your kids, parents, and even coworkers think and feel so differently than you do on core issues? Rick and Kathy Hicks contend and demonstrate that many of our core values are shaped largely by what was going on in our culture and world when we were about ten years old. By recognizing the factors that give rise to our own values and those of other generations, we can achieve greater mutual understanding and reconciliation with our children, peers, and coworkers, rather than finding ourselves in conflict. An effective tool for bridging the generation gap.
WHAT’S GIVES WITH GENERATION X? by Richard Tiplady
A powerpoint dealing with the nature of giving among Gen-Xers.