For Thom, it’s a present reality, for Sam it’s a prayer for the future. Listen as Thom and Sam discuss the attitudes each pray to avoid as senior adults in the church.
- Have an entitled attitude because of my giving to the church
- Say “I’ve done my time”
- Focus more on recreation than serving
- Be more concerned about my preferences than the needs of others
- Lose my zeal for evangelism
- As a senior adult with discretionary income, give joyfully with no strings attached.
- There is always a role for servants regardless of age.
- For a senior adult with health issues, the role of prayer warrior is one way to stay connected to the church body.
- Once you become preference driven, it is easier to become a complainer in the church.
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