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The Religion of Wokeism

Are you awake to woke? By definition, woke is being aware of sensitive social and racial justice and movements. On the surface one could say that this is a good thing. Many Christians would agree that being aware of and compassionate toward injustice and social issues is the biblical attitude ...

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Teens: God Is Raising Up a Generation of Power

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Despite being hard-pressed on all sides by bad news and looming unrest, there’s a reality that also deserves attention: God is raising up a generation of youth that is moving with unprecedented power and focus. In ministering to and mentoring teenagers, I am witness a level of commitment that is ...

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Where is the Teenage/ Millennial Work Ethic?

A constant complaint I hear (and sometimes administer) is that the work ethic of the “younger generation” is terrible and anemic.  It may sound like I’m an “old fogie”, but at 40 years old I don’t quite consider myself as part of the elderly. (Disclaimer:  I realize that not all ...

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Turning Around My Perspective

I love the millennials’ attitude towards life, not their behavior, which is even more bold and brash than the 20’s. YOLO (You Only Live Once) is their motto for everything-good or bad; incredibly fierce or incredibly stupid in choice and demeanor. They are not afraid to try anything. Their “live ...

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Life Is Not A Game

Growing up, one of my favorite family connections was playing games. Not digital or electronic games, but card games, board games, and physical games like charades. I loved the satisfaction of shoving off someone’s pawn when I drew a “Sorry” card. The anticipation in a wavering hand as it tried ...

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