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This part of the Jeremiah 29 Challenge emphasises the need to work in contemporary Christian ministry inter-generationally.
Danny Stupple, one of our CCM Trustees gives an explanatory talk on this video

3 Generations and its done!

At CCM we think this means we must include Grandparents. Parents and Children (more and more perhaps Great Grandparents) TOGETHER in all ministry initiatives we undertake. We think all generations can be “on fire” for God together. Listen to our CCM interview with Amelia Hobbs – grand-daughter of Smith Wigglesworth - in her 100th year! What a great encouragement Amelia still is!

At Home Farm we are building educational and evangelistic camps to meet the needs of the emerging generation.


At the May 2013 gathering of the Great Ouse Filling Station, which meets monthly at Moggerhanger, in The Woodland Café, Sandy Millar - ex of HTB - was speaking on the subject of Ezekiel 37 and the Dry Bones having life put in them. During the ministry time his wife prophesied “I see a vision of crowds of younfg people, with faces shining, coming to the Lord at Moggerhanger”. We were greatly encouraged by this word.

To assist us with this aspect of our vision we are partnering with
Generation2generation. Meet the guys in our introductory video below. They live inter-generational ministry!

CCM’s concern for the family and the role of the State has been highlighted by the recent Panorama documentary
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Amelia Hobbs granddaughter of Smith Wigglesworth

Genration2genration

“Force5 deliver a 3-generational vision for ministry and education”


Other articles and ministries we would recommend under this aspect of the Jeremiah 29 Challenge are also listed for your consideration.



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Few over-65s feel old

The Aging UK population

4 14 Window It's Time to Wake Up

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Recycling the Saints!