What does it take to pass on the faith to the next generation? The professional church educator? Parents? Grandparents? The faith community? Dave Csinos (of Faith Forward) suggests that the key lies in the stories of faith that we tell. And we all have a story, don't we?
Read about it here in his blog post, "We Already Have All that We Need."
How does your faith community encourage all to tell their faith story? Do you encourage young people to tell theirs? With intergenerational ministry, we believe the "passing" goes both ways. How well do we provide time and space for listening to one another's stories?