Some GREAT feedback from you all in my last post as you shared your concerns about today’s teens and their mobile devices. I’ve just posted the 5 contest winners below (in this post) who each will win a free “advanced.
Let’s have a little CONTEST! I have 5 “Advanced Reader’s Copies” of my upcoming The Teens Guide to Social Media and Mobile Devices sitting right here on my desk… and I want to give them away. (Crazy enough… for some.
The topic of body image is more important today than ever. As our culture becomes more “selfie-focused,” the pressure on teens to look a certain way is getting heavier. If you are a black-and-white thinker like me, then you probably.
What do Chick-Fil-A, rapper Trip Lee and Sean McDowell have in common? All three captivated my attention last weekend… and I think you’ll find ‘why’ fascinating. Let me back up. For the last decade the youth ministry world has been.
It’s no secret to anyone that Student Pastors have one of the hardest jobs in the world. Teenagers are going through many changes in this phase of life and they are trying every day to determine what and who they.
How can we get teens AND parents to engage in conversation about the devices that are dominating most of their waking hours? (yeah… even parents) I’ve been teaching parent workshops for about 15 years now, and speaking to teens about.
We wanted to take a moment to talk you about an important day next month that you may have never heard about. August 12th is International Youth Day! This was adopted by the General Assembly as an international holiday in.
Go to a party Have sex Give two blow jobs 8 hoe pics for Instagram Hook up with Jacob again Get a boob hickey… These are just some of the items on a young person’s “bucket list” gone viral on.
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