Teenagers need an encounter with God more than they need to be entertained.
Rooted’s Most Read 2021: How to Teach the Gospel to Students Through Culture
If we want the teenagers we serve to apply the beauty of the gospel to the questions of their day, we must present a winsome alternative to the dominant worldview.
If we want the teenagers we serve to apply the beauty of the gospel to their lives and to the questions of their day, we must also present a winsome alternative to the dominant worldview.
One of Rooted’s five pillars of youth ministry is Intergenerational Integration, the belief that one of the goals of youth ministry must be to help students find their place in the local church.
We asked some of our Rooted writers to share their favorite books and resources for teaching the New Testament.
The need for students to be regarded as valuable members in the body of Christ has only grown, as many of our students have been plagued with loneliness and isolation in these months of quarantine.
“Hey, how is it going?” “Are you hanging in there with all this crazy stuff going on?” I cannot tell you how many times I repeated these two questions during the month of March. By April, our new…