Our primary hope is not that our students would stop having anxiety, but that the glorious grace of Jesus would become louder than anxiety’s buzz.
Youth Pastors, Let’s Not Overlook Sabbath Rest
I am reminded when I practice Sabbath that my relationship with God through my ministry work is not the same as my relationship with God himself.
We get to tell teenagers the good news that neither they nor their peers need to earn their place. Jesus offers us his radical welcome, and then he empowers us to live in a new way.
We pulled together some of the best resources on the blog to help parents think biblically and practically about schoolwork.
Whether we’re in the trenches as parents or youth ministers, we need the refreshment that comes through the good news that Jesus provides.
Just as my son’s misbehavior is not what condemns him, his good behavior will never be what saves him.
In justification, the God of love is pursuing his lost children, reconciling us to himself.