As youth workers, we are called to enter the relational world of teenagers… joining Jesus on his mission to break down dividing walls.
Experiencing the Fullness of God as a Single Youth Minister
No matter what your relationship status is on earth, you have a heavenly Bridegroom who sees you, knows you, and loves you so much that he chose to die for you to make you his Bride forever
When we help our teenagers shift from a self-focused Christmas to a Christmas giving to others, we begin to embody the mission of Jesus.
When our children were teenagers, I prayed for our church’s youth ministers, I supported them, and I made sure my kids signed up and showed up.
We don’t put our hope in research, and we don’t trust in tips. Our hope is in God.
Family meals don’t save our child or make them immune to loneliness, but the presence of Christ by his Spirit renders the time together both holy and fruitful.
Parents become a safe place to confess sin and discuss failure when teens can see that we need the forgiveness of the gospel just as much as they do.