Young Adults

  • Directions for Snow Days

    Directions for Snow Days

    The wintertime gets a great deal of hate because of the cold weather, the nasty storms, the lack of sunlight, and what seems an overly long length. One thing most people do enjoy is the...

    Read Article
  • Our Callings through God’s Plan for Us

    Our Callings through God’s Plan for Us

    As a college senior, I feel an incredible amount of pressure to have my life figured out and to be living out what I was born to do. This is most likely the case for any college student...

    Read Article
  • Discover Christian Books for Young Adults

    Browse CPH.org
  • Advent: The Hope Factory

    Advent: The Hope Factory

    It was during Advent when I witnessed my first infant Baptism. The season of Advent has powerful imagery for me in the Christian faith I share with so many of my brothers and sisters...

    Read Article
  • Product Overview of The Messengers | Christian Young Adult Novels2:04

    Product Overview of The Messengers | Christian Young Adult Novels

    A boy living in an oppressive government. A surprise guest in the middle of the night. Darkness. The Light of Christ. Become invested in the Messengers Trilogy. Start book one: https://www.cph.org/p

    Watch Video
  • Epic Fails Are Normal

    Epic Fails Are Normal

    When was the last time you failed at something? Did you truly fail or just stop trying?  In my work, I ask students to recall failure as part of our now-common virtual interactions....

    Read Article
  • An Advent Shift to Social Media

    An Advent Shift to Social Media

    In the last scroll through your social media—Facebook and Twitter especially—did you feel happy? Were there an abundance of posts that made you laugh, smile, and feel giddy inside? I...

    Read Article
  • The (Hidden) Blessing of Quarantine

    The (Hidden) Blessing of Quarantine

    I am what my friends have deemed an ambivert: a perfect 50/50 split between an introvert and an extrovert. This was confirmed with a personality test, as my friends became obsessed with...

    Read Article
  • Challenging More: You Don't Know Everything (and That's Okay)

    Challenging More: You Don't Know Everything (and That's Okay)

    The idea that each individual person has to know everything can set some on edge. How are you meant to know everything in the short lifespan that you have? In his new book, Meant for...

    Read Article
  • When You Get What You Prayed For

    When You Get What You Prayed For

    In college, I used to (only semi-jokingly) ask God to send me a tall, blonde, Jesus-loving, soccer-playing, European boyfriend. A few weeks ago, I married a tall, blonde pastor who...

    Read Article
  • A Sea of Broken Dreams

    A Sea of Broken Dreams

    “I will rejoice in Jerusalem and be glad in My people; no more shall be heard in it the sound of weeping and the cry of distress.” Isaiah 65:19 As I look at the landscape in our...

    Read Article
  • Social Media: Walk as Children of Light

    Social Media: Walk as Children of Light

    The internet has always had its dark side: email money transfer and gift card scams, identity theft, catfishing, fake job offers, stalkers, social media bullying, and more. During this...

    Read Article
  • How to Memorize Scripture (and Why It’s Important)

    How to Memorize Scripture (and Why It’s Important)

    If you grew up going to Sunday School or confirmation classes, I can almost guarantee that you had to memorize Bible verses. It likely went something like this: You remember you have a...

    Read Article
  • How to Be a Good (Adult) Child to Your Parents

    How to Be a Good (Adult) Child to Your Parents

    As a child and teenager, I was always reminded of the Fourth Commandment: Honor your father and your mother. Obviously, I should have been doing that anyway … but I was too busy...

    Read Article
  • What is God Calling You to Do?

    What is God Calling You to Do?

    Life wakes up slowly—one-eye-at-a-time, rollover, and pull the covers back up over your head slowly—on a Sunday morning in a college town. Life wakes up very slowly on a summer Sunday...

    Read Article
  • How to Build Virtual Community

    How to Build Virtual Community

    As some states are beginning to open back up, many states are still either under stay-at-home orders, require reduced capacity for public gatherings, or mandate social distancing...

    Read Article
  • Young Adults

    Young Adults

    Humans navigate various stages of life development. This simple, downloadable guide is designed to help you identify with young adults and learn about the life stage with benchmarks and activities.

    Read Flipbook
  • How Being Creative Makes Us Appreciate God

    How Being Creative Makes Us Appreciate God

    During quarantine, a lot of people I know have been taking up creative hobbies. I’ve seen tons of Instagram posts of people sharing their sourdough bread recipes, knitting projects, and...

    Read Article
  • Racial Healing Begins with Recognizing Our Neighbor

    Racial Healing Begins with Recognizing Our Neighbor

    I ran across a fantastic quote by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: “The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: ‘If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?’...

    Read Article
  • The Nation's Cry for Peace and Justice

    The Nation's Cry for Peace and Justice

    This article appeared on The Light Breaks Through and has been published here with permission. As you try to process all that is going on in our country, here are some thoughts. Do not...

    Read Article
  • Things I Love About My Dad

    Things I Love About My Dad

    Daughters have two fathers: their heavenly Father and their human father. Both care for them immensely, but it is human fathers that have the joyful vocation of raising their daughters...

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...