Mend The Gap

Experienced youth leader, researcher and trainer, Jason Gardner makes a plea for churches not to miss the opportunity they have to bring holistic discipleship to all the generations in church. He points to the growing generation gaps that exist in society, and that are replicated in the church, whereby we become poorer by not being in contact with others different from ourselves. Using real examples, and lots of links to the culture we engage with, his book is a hopeful call to whole-life discipling communities. For leaders – both of church and youth groups – and all who care about the future.

Review written by Neil Hudson, Elim pastor & church consultant