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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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