When our kids know that our commitment to their thriving is unwavering and our delight in them does not depend how they behave, they are likely to follow where we lead.
The Asbury University Movement: Talking About Revival with Teenagers
We must encourage students to trust in God’s work, which cannot be manipulated, while also challenging them to measure what they see by God’s own Word. This practice will equip them as they think of God’s work in their own lives.
What God provides for us in our ministries is what we need and what our youth need. He can be trusted with our faith.
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.
The gospel isn’t a band-aid for a surface wound; it’s a total renovation of the heart.
Here is Rooted’s own Chelsea Erickson with her workshop on helping students study- and fall in love with- the word of God.