Peculiar Combination

Peculiar combination of age groups last weekend: the AWANA club kids and the young People from the Camiri church got together to celebrate Bolivian Children’s Day.

About a month ago the youth group had a nice cluster of older folks as special guests in the Saturday Night Meeting in order to show them appreciation with dinner for their support to the different activities and ministry. We concluded on both sides that it was good to be yoked together.

Last Saturday we went to the other end and had as special guests in the meeting the large bunch of kids from the AWANA club.

This time the young people had the chance to be the older group.

Combining different age groups is not popular these days, but since I am “in the middle”; I will try to push the idea of working together, blending, uniting, connecting and mutually benefiting from the older and younger generations.

Having old folks and children in the young people’s meeting has been “way-out” and peculiar, but immensely fun and extraordinary profitable.

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  1. Es buena y agradable esta combinación Andrés. Todos somos necesarios, ninguno sobra.
    Saludos.

  2. Si que no es moda combinar edades incluso le llaman “antipedagógico” pero creo que con orden, sabiduría, meta y habilidades de los que organizan, la combinación puede ser extraordinaria y divertida, tal cual sería un helado de fresa y café. tkm


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