Teach not Preach!
The Archbishop of Canterbury is saying that we are in danger of the next generation not going to church and for sure Church’s are emptier.
So why is that?
What can we learn?
Is the old way of preaching simply not effective?
Was it ever an everlasting way to change behavior?
Remember the days at school when kids had to memorize lines? How much did they REALLY UNDERSTAND?
Looking to today’s generation we learn that they do not want to be told!
They have their own way of learning the preaching is done.
They don’t want instruction they want to feel and experience the changes for themselves.
They are also community minded.
We need to keep in touch with their version of saving the world.
They don’t want to be preached too, they want to be part of the conversation.
They want to be asked! They want to be involved and have a voice!
Now hard is that?
Fire and brimstone is long gone education was always they way and we need to remind ourselves of that.
Picture courtesy if Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada
Posted on November 24, 2013, in HRMexplorer Blogs and tagged Archbishop of Canterbury, Canterbury, educate, Health, Holy Spirit, learn, preach, Sermon, servant Leadership, serve, teach. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.