Have you ever longed to change something about you? Rather than attempting to change something in your life or actions, allow Jesus to change the state of your heart.
Working with teens and young adults can be terrifying. Here are 5 tools any person can use to impact teens and young adults.
Despite how everything may seem to say otherwise, you are loved. You are more loved than you will ever know.
Today we continue in day 2 of John Climacus' "The Ladder of Divine Ascent" and examine his claim that believers must detach. We as believers must detach and detox from materialism and devote ourselves to Christ.
As important as it is for parents, grandparents, and other older members of the faith community to pass down faith, it is also equally vital for faith to be passed the other way.
If you work with teens, you have probably wondered at one point or another the same thing I have, how do I know I am making a difference? We know what the goal is, to point teens to Christ, but how do we measure success in youth ministry?
Teenagers will gravitate towards the oldest person in the room who takes them seriously. This is a quote I have read and heard numerous times by youth workers far more experienced and intelligent than myself. I have heard it so many times, but often have questioned the truthfulness of it. So how old is too old for youth ministry?