This summer my friend Sean McDowell introduced me to a police detective at a recent conference we all spoke at, and the three of us got a chance to hang out and talk about engaging young people in today’s culture,.
“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” Psalm 34:18 As you are sitting in your office completing this week’s lesson, one of your students sends you the following text: “Can we talk?”.
Have you ever had a conversation with someone and 5 minutes later you can’t remember what in the world the conversation was about? If that has happened to you, and it has most definitely happened to me, then it is.
Last week it was all over the news, STDs at an all time high. Again! Yes… it was last November that the CDC first posted a press release revealing “STDs are at an unprecedented high.” (My post about this, and.
The show is called Big Mouth, and it’s premiering on Netflix this weekend. It’s a cartoon about teenagers whose lives have been upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty. For those who think today’s young people aren’t exposed to.
It’s the number one app kids use, and it’s the number one app parents ask me about at my parent workshops. I hear it all the time: Is Snapchat bad? Should I let my daughter use Snapchat? Or more recently….
Fall is always pretty busy with speaking, youth leader trainings and parent workshops. Take a peek at my upcoming schedule and see if I’m coming to a city near you: THIS WEEKEND- Sept 23, 24, New Hope Assembly Church, Rogers,.
“In stock” I’ve had sooooooooo many parents asking me about this book for their teens/tweens… it’s so good to see it finally “in stock” ( over two weeks early). I received boxes of them Friday, and Amazon began shipping them.
I’d like to have all of you Youth Pastors out there take a deep breath. We made it! We’ve pushed through the scattered summer months and are getting settled into the start of the school year. More importantly, we now.
October is Pastor Appreciation Month. This is a month dedicated to appreciating the people who have influenced us, taught us, and sacrificed for us. However, it seems like this honorable month goes unnoticed within our congregations and I believe that.