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Earl Creps is known for his work in connecting the youngergeneration of postmoderns with their Boomer predecessors. Theauthor of Off-Road Disciplines, Creps, in this new book,takes up the topic of how older church leaders can learn fromyounger leaders who are more conversant with culture, technology,and social context. In addition to making the benefits of what hecalls "reverse mentoring" apparent, he also makes it accessible byoffering practical steps to implement this discipline at bothpersonal and organizational levels, particularly in communication,evangelism, and leadership.

Creps' new book is a topic of interest both inside and outsidethe church as older leaders realize that they're not "getting it"when it comes to technologies (iPod, IM, blogging) or culturalissues such as the fact that younger people see the world in anentirely different way. Creps has been personally involved inreverse mentoring for several years and has spoken and written onthe subject extensively. He has pastored three churches (oneBoomer, one Builder, on X'er) and is currently a church planter inBerkeley, California. He has also served as a consultant and and aseminary professor and administrator, holding a PhD inCommunication Studies and a D.Min. from the Assemblies of GodTheological Seminary.

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