Leading & Understanding Mid-Life Adults


Book July 17, 2017

Guidelines for Leading Your Congregation: Adult Ministries

The adult ministry life span is the greatest and most diverse of any age level because it can encompass seven (or more) decades. An  […]

Article August 29, 2016

Job Description - Adult Ministries Coordinator

An effective coordinator will work with church and community leaders of all ages to address the needs of adults and opportunities for growing as  […]

Article February 3, 2015

Hughes Named Adult Discipleship Director at Discipleship Ministries

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Feb. 3, 2015 /Discipleship Ministries/ – The Rev. Dr. M. Scott Hughes, an elder in the North Georgia Annual Conference, will become director of  […]

Article August 4, 2014

Adult Small-Group Resources

Article October 24, 2012

Generational Anchor Points That Help Define or Shape a Generation

Common events and commodities which defined four different generations: Elderhood (GI: 1905-1925); Older Adulthood: (Silent, 1926-1945); Middle/Senior Adulthood (Baby Boomers, 1946-1964); Young/Middle  […]

Article August 16, 2012

Open Yale Courses

Open Yale Courses (OYC) provides lectures and other materials from selected Yale College courses to the public free of charge via the Internet.  

Article October 17, 2011

Intentional Faith Development: Establishing Standards for Christian Formation and Discipleship

The  purpose of this document is to help congregations as they develop standards as part of a comprehensive plan to invite people and  […]

Article August 26, 2011

Postmodern Wesleyan Bands - Issue #99

In what ways might your church combine online and offline tools for effective ministry to reach out to a wide spectrum of generations in  […]

Article April 5, 2011

COMMENTARY: Getting serious about adult faith formation

If the United Methodist Church is serious about making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world, we’d better get serious  […]