What If You Had One Week to Live?

If I could save time in a bottle, The first thing that I’d like to do Is to save every day till eternity passes away, Just to spend them with you. In 1972, Jim Croce was a young singer/songwriter just beginning to ride the wave of national stardom. He was also a young father whose heart was... Continue Reading →

A Podcast Worth Listening To: Age of Minority by Jaquelle Crowe

Students need to be encouraged and equipped in their faith. One of the best things about living in 2017 and beyond is the reality of technology. One great advancement that has actually been around for a while is this thing called a podcast. It is a way for us to listen to an audio talk... Continue Reading →

10 Things You Should Know about Dating

1. Live on mission . . . and then find a spouse. Instead of making marriage your mission, make it God’s global cause and the advance of the gospel where you are, and look for someone pursuing the same. If you’re hoping to marry someone who passionately loves Jesus and makes him known, it’s probably... Continue Reading →

A Call to Teenagers to Be Free

  Article by John Piper- Founder & Teacher, desiringGod.org I am writing for the liberation of teenagers. I write to challenge teenagers to “live as people who are free” (1 Peter 2:16). Be wise and strong and free from the slavery of culture-conformity. To put it another way, I am calling teenagers to a radical, wartime... Continue Reading →

Summer Bonfire/ School’s Out Celebration

We tried once but we are trying again. Rain cancelled our first try but we have rescheduled our Summer Bonfire! On June 10th, 2017 from 5:30-9pm, Come hang out with us as we play games, hang out, eat , and burn our homework together. Don't worry- the music will be loud and the fire will be... Continue Reading →


I haven’t been a teenager for several years, but I still remember those days like it was yesterday. I reflect back on junior high and high school with mixed emotions. Part of me feels joy for all the things the Lord allowed me to experience. The other part of me feels sorrow for not feeling... Continue Reading →

5 Ways Teenagers Often Waste Their Time

Jonathan Edwards had an intense fear of wasting time. Like, scary intense. Reading his resolutions always sobers me. I mean, what 19-year-old writes, “Resolved, never to do anything, which I should be afraid to do, if I expected it would not be above an hour, before I should hear the last trump”? But Edwards grasped something... Continue Reading →

6 Ways to Avoid Delayed Adulthood

Maturity will always be in high demand. Societies need good citizens. Nations clamor for noble leaders. Businesses seek out responsible employees. Parents long for prudent children. And the church of Jesus Christ, wherever it’s healthy, is marked by maturing members. Like farmers want their harvests ripe, and fathers want their sons wise, God wants his... Continue Reading →

Five Pieces of Advice for Young Men

 Article by Constantine Campbell   Younger men, you do need guidance from older men. At the same time, the myth that the older generation has it all together must be erased. We don’t. We are learning and growing in many of the same ways young men are. God has taught older men a number of... Continue Reading →

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