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Guests at Our Tables: Celebrating Advent During a Pandemic

Maintaining Relationships in Times of Social Distancing

Introducing GenOn Staff: Ryan Chu

Keep Your Ministries Going Forward: New Online Training Options

Two Questions: Dora Sawh

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Guests at Our Tables: Celebrating Advent During a Pandemic

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With minor adaptations, the celebrations work well for households to do at home—either gathering their own supplies or having a church leader create pick-up kits for them.

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Maintaining Relationships in Times of Social Distancing

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Resources for ministry with children and youth that support relationships should top everyone’s list.

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Introducing GenOn Staff: Ryan Chu

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We welcome Ryan Chu to the GenOn staff as our marketing intern. Ryan is a sophomore studying Marketing at Penn State University. He is involved in different organizations on campus, including Smeal Integrity Advocates, several philanthropic organizations that fund raise for THON, and Penn State American Marketing Association. In 2019, as part of a project with PSAMA and GenOn Ministries, he served as the account manager and interviewed various organizational church leaders to conduct market research for GenOn.In his downtime, he enjoys playing sports, hiking, cooking, and exploring new places. A "fun fact" about Ryan is that he has dual...

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Keep Your Ministries Going Forward: New Online Training Options

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A cornerstone of GenOn Ministries has been our in-person training where faith communities are enriched and Christian relationships deepen. In recent months, we’ve adapted swiftly to meet the current needs of churches and organizations seeking ways to move forward while relying on virtual community via video conferencing. Our focus for training in 2020-2021 will be virtual. For churches or organizations seeking an introduction to intergenerational ministry, including ways to modify existing ministries for these COVID times, we recommend Intergenerational Pathways Online. $35/person, 90 minutes. September 26 is the next date. Sign up here to be notified when another one is...

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Two Questions: Dora Sawh

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Dora SawhFirst Presbyterian ChurchJamaica Queens, NY       What keeps me up at night? As coordinator of Kid’s Church, I’ve been there long enough to be teaching second generation families.  I have watched our children grow up, go to college and settle elsewhere. Very few return to church.   What can the church do for the next generation? Why do our kids not return? Where do they go?  How will the church be able to thrive if all our young people disappear? We looked at what was important to this generation, and their sense of community is strong and deep...

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