The western world is officially post-Christian—actively rejecting Jesus and the gospel. This is forcing churches to face some new challenges. Nowhere is this challenge more important in Christendom than in our youth groups and families.
We don’t consider the hard work that begins on January 1. And it begins with starting new habits. This is precisely why, as followers of Christ, we have a hard time establishing good habits that foster spiritual growth.
A few nights ago my daughters were watching one of their favorite cartoons. I am pretty strict on what they watch, and this particular show has been pretty harmless. So I thought. My wife happened to be in the room when this cartoon, written for preschool age children, introduced the concept of two mommies. Taken … Continue reading How GenZ is Changing Ministry
Our digital world has so captivated our children that things like media, the internet, and even gaming are doing more than just influencing our kids, it is raising them.
Could a greater intentionality of prayer take your ministry to another level of effectiveness, make you a better leader, and raise up your students to be more committed disciples of Jesus?