A Sermon for Sunday: Closing the Generation Gap

If you have never heard Voddie Baucham preach, you are missing out on one of the truly great experiences of the 21st century. If you have heard him preach, but you have never heard his message, Closing the Generation Gap, then you have some work to do. Preaching in 2006 before a large group of Southern Baptists pastors and their ministry associates, Baucham delivered a timely, engaging message on why Christianity in America is dying, and what we as Christians can do about it.

It is a message that still needs to be heard.

[audio:Closing the Generation Gap.mp3]

Click on the play button above to listen to the message, or right-click here and choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” to download the mp3. (Note: I have contacted Mr. Baucham and have been granted permission to distribute this message.)

7 thoughts on “A Sermon for Sunday: Closing the Generation Gap”

  1. Voddie’s sermon was so convicting it brought me to tears. It was indeed a prophetic word to the Church and those of us in pastoral ministry. As one who oversees discipleship for all ages in our church, I found this to be a timely message as I prepare to meet with our children’s director and youth pastor about our discipleship strategy for the remainder of this year. Thank you for making it available, and rest assured I shall send this webpage to as many of my colleagues as possible. It is time we clearly teach people what God says, and place responsibility for discipling children back where it belongs – on the parents.

  2. Voddie’s sermon was so convicting it brought me to tears. It was indeed a prophetic word to the Church and those of us in pastoral ministry. As one who oversees discipleship for all ages in our church, I found this to be a timely message as I prepare to meet with our children’s director and youth pastor about our discipleship strategy for the remainder of this year. Thank you for making it available, and rest assured I shall send this webpage to as many of my colleagues as possible. It is time we clearly teach people what God says, and place responsibility for discipling children back where it belongs – on the parents.

  3. I was profoundly moved by this message. What a wake up call to the Church in America. Thank God for Bro. Baucham and his call for us to return to the biblical model of home, family, and a quiver full of children.

  4. I was profoundly moved by this message. What a wake up call to the Church in America. Thank God for Bro. Baucham and his call for us to return to the biblical model of home, family, and a quiver full of children.

  5. Doug and Terry,
    I’m glad that you both enjoyed the sermon. It’s one of my favorites that I’ve heard him preach.

    Thanks for leaving a comment,
    Charles

  6. Doug and Terry,
    I’m glad that you both enjoyed the sermon. It’s one of my favorites that I’ve heard him preach.

    Thanks for leaving a comment,
    Charles

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