For the next few weeks I’d like to highlight the differences between younger and older generations, in several different categories.
This should help you understand your younger (or older) counterparts at your church — or in your home.
Roughly speaking, I’m talking about the differences between church people who are 35 and under, and 45 and older. That middle ground — 35-45 — can go either way.
Some of what follows may seem obvious. But don’t be fooled. “We” think “they” are just like us all the time, which they most certainly are not.
This week’s category: personal values
You may find yourself relating best to some of the values of the other generation. Congrats. That means you’re moving toward understanding. No small feat these days.