Step one: Open your Bible.
Teaching Teens the Bible
Does your youth ministry need transformation? Kick-start it with this group challenge.
There’s a lot we can learn by looking at the daring faith and trust in God that the Christmas story characters had when Jesus came into the world.
Which of the following seasonal obsessions has you in its clutches this Advent Season? Watching all my favorite Christmas movies (Elf, anyone?). Finding the perfect Christmas gift for everyone on
God has a knack for using teenagers to save His people, advance His kingdom, and change the world. Maybe He chooses them because teenagers possess a naïve passion for life
A basic understanding of how science relates to the Christian faith is important for your students to know as they go out and share their faith.
Spidey is back, raking in rave reviews as the summer sequel to see!! As a youth leader, it should warm your heart that a teenaged Spider-Man in the awkward fits
Our students live in an age where information comes at them like a firehose. Every day, Google’s search engine is tapped 6 billion times. Facebook messages are posted 4.3 billion
Our teenagers inhabit a world where spiritual beliefs are fluid and worldviews often get mixed and mashed together like a smoothie in a blender. Teenagers (and adults) increasingly like their
Do you remember the once popular Choose Your Own Adventure book series? (+250 million books sold.) Written in a format that allowed young readers to pick and choose the plot
Sometimes the most awkward part about sharing the gospel is just bringing it up. While I’m the guy who coined the phrase “Awkward is Awesome,” over the years I’ve gathered
“As large as life…” “For dear life…” “Come to life…” Whenever we hear these familiar phrases, we immediately grasp the concepts. Life is a big deal. It’s important and precious.
new from greg stier
The story of how a fatherless street kid overcame violence, chaos, and confusion to become a radical Christ follower.