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Abstract

The concept of intergenerational ministry and faith formation has gained an increasing number of proponents over the last thirty years. Because of the burgeoning literature produced in this field, we have assembled an annotated bibliography intended to give practitioners and church members an overview of the printed work that addresses this important approach to ministry and spiritual formation.

Author Bio

Dudley Chancey (PhD, University of Tennessee) has served as professor of youth ministry at Oklahoma Christian University since 1998. He is involved in several professional organizations including the National Council on Family Relations, Groves Conference on Marriage and Family, Association of Youth Ministry Educators, and the National Conference on Youth Ministries. Dudley is dedicated to Honduras family mission trips at OCU. He co‐edited Owning Faith: Reimagining the Role of Church & Family in the Faith Journey of Teenagers with Ron Bruner. Dudley is married to Vicki and has two adult children and two grandchildren.

Ron Bruner (DMin, Abilene Christian University) has served as the executive director of Westview Boys’ Home in Hollis, Oklahoma, since 1999. He co‐edited Along the Way: Conversations about Children and Faith with Dana Kennamer Pemberton. He co‐edited Owning Faith: Reimagining the Role of Church & Family in the Faith Journey of Teenagers with Dudley Chancey. Because of his interest in practical theology—especially in the fields of intergenerational, children’s, and youth ministry—Ron edits the e‐journal Discernment: Theology and the Practice of Ministry. He and his wife, Ann, enjoy life with their three adult children and four grandchildren.

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