When we neglect cross-generational dialogue, both the senior pastor and the youth worker miss out on the very thing they need to be most effective in their calling.
Tweets and Teens
Let’s formulate ways to help our parents shape their teenagers into the kinds of people who use technology in a God-glorifying, healthy, and productive way.
We are passionate about helping you partner with parents to disciple teenagers both in the church and at home, so we hope these resources are helpful.
The fruit of parental discipleship can take years to become evident. Have the same hopeful, prayerful patience with youth pastors.
What if we could reframe the discussion around numbers? What if instead of asking, “how many students came?” we asked, “who came?”
A primary reason I attend church is to learn from, listen to, and partner with parents as we disciple their students together.
Teenagers need an encounter with God more than they need to be entertained.