There are six living generations of people in America today and each one provides unique contributions greatly impacting church and worship. Each generation is also characteristic of history and collective experiences that have shaped them. To better understand how worship should look we must understand those who experience it.
People born of different generations have an array of divergent views and values. Understanding these differences allows us to appreciate the very things that make us different. For our world today this would mean improving our acknowledgement of one another's existence, improving our communication with each other and therefore strengthening and uniting His kingdom on earth.