Karen Warner is on the Baptist National Lead Team as Leadership Coordination Director and joins the conversation in ‘Around the table’, a new podcast mini-series…

Are you a church leader looking for ways to strengthen discipleship across the generations? This podcast will inspire you with ways to grow meaningful intergenerational relationships where faith can flourish. Join us around the table as experienced leaders from different denominations and contexts in Aotearoa tell stories, share experiences and open possibilities in these three episodes:

Episode 1: Belonging 

We explore how to create a sense of belonging as an integral part of building an intergenerational culture. We hope you’ll be inspired to develop belonging as an important building block for healthy discipleship in your church. 

Episode 2: Welcome

We explore how offering welcome and manaakitanga is valuable for developing an intergenerational culture.

Episode 3: Hospitality

we explore how offering hospitality is another important building block in the development of an intergenerational culture.

Listen on the Baptist NZ app and website. Also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Look out for future additions to this intergenerational conversation.

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