Cultivating Intergenerational Worship is designed as a resource for current and aspiring worship leaders, worship teams, pastors, and church staffs who desire to develop a unified corporate worship mindset in their local churches, no matter their size or worship style. Scripture-based and filled with practical application, this resource will guide you and your team to cultivate a worship ministry for all ages that strives for biblical unity while considering the uniqueness of your own community of faith. Developing an intergenerational worship ministry means valuing and investing in each person in the Body of Christ, regardless of age or ability. This investment ensures the church of tomorrow will value a biblical worship mindset and sustain the message of the gospel for generations to come.
This book is a must read for any leader who wants to create an atmosphere of worship that saturates their entire congregation.
Thomas Hammond, Georgia Baptist Mission Board
This is a theological, philosophical, and practical look at one of the most important topics in the modern-day church.
Ray Jones – Radiance Ministries, San Antonio, Texas
Will points the way toward reuniting the church in worship in ways that encourage healthy, biblically authentic interactions among the generations.
Monte Nichols – Johns Creek Baptist Church, Alpharetta, Georgia
Dr. Whittaker helps make the case – even a plea – for the church to come together as one body, for one purpose, with one mind, and one voice to worship God. We need this message!
Dr. Randy Lind – Oklahoma Baptists
Dr. Will Whittaker presents a wonderfully compelling apologetic for the biblically mandated charge that believers gather in worship as an intergenerational family of faith. His personal experiences and years in pastoral ministry richly flavor this volume thoroughly rooted in God’s Word and the worship of saints throughout the ages.
Dr. Joseph Crider – Dean of the School of Church Music and Worship, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
I’ve not met a colleague with such a passion for intergenerational worship as Will. I’m thrilled for him to share his expertise and the experiences from his church, illustrating how intergenerational worship created a thriving, vibrant, healthy body of Christ.
Tom Tillman – Texas Baptists from the Foreward