The weekly gathering provided time for students to eat, fellowship, and find some refuge from the pressures of their senior year.
The True Judge: Discipling Teenagers in Withholding Judgment
It is easy to locate and point the spotlight on someone else’s sin while secretly hoping that the rays of the spotlight will not make it far enough to illuminate our own.
If we, as parents, prepare a biblical rebuttal to each lie our kids are led to believe about money, we can lay the foundation for a faith that resists Satan’s lies and trusts God to know and provide exactly what we need.
These good and holy rules all point to worship, the worship of a holy God who created us in his image and wants us to live as his followers with love and purity.
The good news for parents is that when we err in judgment, we have a perfect judge in Jesus Christ, the one who ultimately makes all things right.
If we fail to express the good news of the gospel to our teenagers, we will be guilty of the same moralism we see in many of the religious teachers of Jesus’ day.
As those who belong to him, he calls us and our teenagers to shine the light of his gospel in the darkness of the world.