Nov 14, 2022
Are you out the door at 5:01, won’t work weekends and prefer texting to face-to-face meetings?
Or do you live to work, can’t text and can’t tolerate change?
Like most stereotypes, these over-generalized generalizations about generational groups lead to further miscommunication—and often aren’t correct.
So how does one speak across generations, particularly in the Church?
Rev. Dr. Darrell Hall lays it out in his new book, “Speaking Across Generations: Messages That Satisfy Boomers, Xers, Millennials, Gen Z, and Beyond.”
He currently serves as the Campus Pastor of the Elizabeth Baptist Church campus in Conyers, Georgia.
And he’s made it part of his ministry to communicate effectively with members of every generational people group—each with its own culture and preferences.
He’s on the show to share more about this idea of generational intelligence and how we all can better speak across generations.
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