Generations - Sermon Series - River Hills Christian Church

Series Overview

There are at least 323,343,366 people living in the United States right now. The oldest American, Susannah Mushatt, turned 116 on April 11, 2016. The youngest Americans are arriving on the scene at the rate of about eight births every minute. This means that for the first time in history there are five generations in our families, churches, and communities. Five! That can create tension.

From the youngest to the oldest when you were born affects your view life and how you relate to your family, friends, faith, and work. We are shaped by our generation in ways we don’t realize. Generational differences create misunderstanding, tension, and even conflict. Generational tensions aren’t going away soon. They come because we don’t understand one another. To handle this new world we need generational intelligence now!

Big idea: It’s time for generations to work together to leave a legacy at home, at church, at work, and in our world.

Sermons From This Series

Turning On the Lights

May 1, 2016

Every day we see tension in the world around us. It can be frightening, especially when it’s with those closest to us. And one huge source of tension in our…

Learning to Get Along

May 8, 2016

It’s easy to misunderstand other people if we don’t try to see where they are coming from their different perspectives. It is important that we understand and get along with…