Youth

  • A to (Gen) Z: Connecting Christ with the Digital Generation1:01:48

    A to (Gen) Z: Connecting Christ with the Digital Generation

    Watch the third and final discussion of A to (Gen) Z with DCE Cassie Moore and those that work with youth to gain insights about how to connect Christ with this generation. This panel includes Jon Zel

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  • One of a Kind, Uniquely Created

    One of a Kind, Uniquely Created

    This post is adapted from Words of Strength and Promise: Devotions for Youth. Read below for a devotion written by Juliana Shults.

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  • A Prayer for Memorial Day

    A Prayer for Memorial Day

    Growing up, I never truly understood Memorial Day. My hometown of Holland, Michigan, would host a parade every year. Being part of a high school marching band, I was required to march...

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  • Sharing God’s Great Family Ministry Work with Pastor Timothy Roth55:59

    Sharing God’s Great Family Ministry Work with Pastor Timothy Roth

    Working with youth and encouraging them to grow up in the faith is an important part of the Church. Walking alongside families, no matter how old or young, and ensuring that they have the resources to

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  • Leading The Messengers: Concealed in Your Book Club

    Leading The Messengers: Concealed in Your Book Club

    One of the things I love about hearing from readers is learning the many ways you’re all using The Messengers series. Classrooms, family settings, youth groups, book clubs . . . the...

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  • Your Students Are Valuable to God

    Your Students Are Valuable to God

    Recently, some of my students asked me a question I’ve heard dozens of times since I began teaching. Perhaps it was because of the circumstances driving the question or perhaps it was...

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  • Black History and HIS Story

    Black History and HIS Story

    “You can’t be like everybody else. You’ll have to work twice as hard for half as much.”

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  • Composer of the Month: Robert Powell

    Composer of the Month: Robert Powell

    Robert J. Powell (b. 1932) began writing music when he was in high school and, since then, has had more than three hundred compositions published by sacred music publishers. His works...

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  • Answering Teens: The Evidence Tells Me So

    Answering Teens: The Evidence Tells Me So

    Previously, I wrote about the veracity of Scripture being based on Jesus’ testimony that the Bible is God’s Word. Every instance in which Jesus refers to the Old Testament is marked by...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Answering Teens: How Do We Know the Bible Is the Word of God?

    Answering Teens: How Do We Know the Bible Is the Word of God?

    It was a beautiful day; the glory of creation was undeniable, and the fruit looked tempting … or at least it did after that simple but fatal question: “Did God really say …?” With that...

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  • 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

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  • 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....

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  • God’s Plan and Purpose for Youth

    God’s Plan and Purpose for Youth

    There is an existential crisis among our youth. That is not to say that such a crisis is sudden, or even new, to this young generation. In many ways, this crisis is at the root of the...

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  • Encouraging Youth to Speak Up for Christ

    Encouraging Youth to Speak Up for Christ

    I don’t remember much from my middle school years, but I do remember one song we shared in our spring choir concert that has stuck with me throughout my life. With summer close on the...

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  • Your Youth Are Epic Warriors

    Your Youth Are Epic Warriors

    Who am I? What does God want with me? During my youth, and perhaps even still now, those were questions I constantly considered. After all, I’m just a simple human without a grand life...

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  • Creating Routine for Your Teenagers

    Creating Routine for Your Teenagers

    Our teenagers are not immune to the stress caused by the ongoing shutdowns due to the coronavirus. High school seniors have seen much of their culminating experiences canceled or...

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  • Subtle Sins

    Subtle Sins

    Growing up, I thought I was pretty much the perfect kid. Even in high school, I was always the good kid—I even got voted “Parent’s Dream Child” my senior year of high school. (Yes, I...

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  • Smaller and Smaller Churches: Evaluating Our Retention

    Smaller and Smaller Churches: Evaluating Our Retention

    My hometown church is small. It always has been. I started attending my junior year of high school, and at that time, it was already a pretty small congregation. But it’s smaller now,...

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