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How to help out our very overwhelmed students.
Lots of information abounds on next generation young people leaving the church. But not all leave; many stay, thrive and are impacting the world for Christ. Why do they stay?
How can you become an all generations worship leader, who finds a balance between older hymns and current "relevant" worship songs?
Who should run church social media plan? What platforms should we use? Is it really worth investing our time in?
Simply put, generational discipleship is the passing on of our faith from one generation to another.
This video will show you how to be a good father to someone who doesn't have one of their own.
A recent report from Pew Research found that 80 percent of Americans say they believe in God. But...for many in that group...it's a "god" they have formed using their own preferences. The "god' they believe in is not the God of the Bible.
Christine Caine's Mother's Day sermon at Willow Creek Church makes a bold statement for Christians everywhere—whether they are mothers or not.
Pro-life students from hundreds of high schools and colleges across America participated in the National Pro-Life Walkout to protest abortion in the U.S. Event organizers also called for the defunding of Planned Parenthood.
The next generation doesn't know Christianity is true, because we haven't been showing them that Christianity is true.
Apologist Ravi Zacharias says the only way to answer difficult worldview questions about Christianity is by being as interested in the person asking the question as the question itself.
Maybe you have already heard them referred to as Generation Z, but iGeneration may be a better name because they are the first generation to be born into our constantly connected world where social media and screens are the norm. They are digital natives; meaning digital communication is not something they have had to learn.
Teenagers must be equipped, not to coerce others to convert, but to gently and lovingly persuade others to embrace Jesus as their Savior.
A church made of many generations is uncommon and difficult because Satan fully knows the powerful testimony a multigenerational church will have upon a self-centered world.
We're dealing with the most stressed-out, overscheduled, underslept generation of teenagers in history, and it's starting to show.
How to find success with a variety of ages.
"We live in an R-rated world, and covering up the darkness won't bring it into the light."
Russell Moore says that Jesus was willing to face the loneliness of cultural rejection for the sake of community later.
There is an entire generation of up-and-coming leaders who need elders. They need fathers, models, mentors and friends. And leadership is, among many other things, the willingness to lead the next generation of leaders.
35 percent of kids are worried about people tagging them in unattractive photos.