Graduation season is almost here! All across America, high school seniors are getting excited to finish their education and graduate. Many churches, however, are not too excited, because they fear these students will also graduate from their faith in God. And I'm sure many of you are familiar with the unfortunate statistics for those who … Continue reading 5 Steps to Keep Teens from Graduating from Their Faith
God is Still God
This presidential election has made so many people anxious, including Christians. And yet, we are told by Jesus not to be anxious in Matthew 6. So, how do we go into this election and remain worry-free?
Student Ministry Podcast: Interview with Geoff Kullman (Episode 8)
In episode 8 of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interview Geoff Kullman, the the Associate Pastor at Open Door Church in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. Geoff is also the director of Millennial Ministry, an organization that helps churches do a better job of reaching the Millennial generation.
Get Out of the Office
How much time do you spend in the office each day/week compared to time in the community building relationships with others? I've been convicted to get out of the office more. Maybe this is something you could do too...
We are a broken people who come together to make broken churches. Sometimes, that brokenness gets in the way, though, doesn't it? Here's a recent revelation God revealed to me about His church!
Why Involve Teenagers in Church Work?
We all talk about the staggering number of teenagers that step away from the church after they graduate high school. One of the biggest ways to keep teenagers involved in church is to actually get them involved. So, here are a few areas where teens can serve in your church!
Sermon: Parable of the Friend at Midnight
On Sunday, January 17, 2016, I got the privilege of sharing a message at Rockingham Christian Church. The Scripture was from Luke 11:5-13, "The Parable of the Friend at Midnight," on the topic of bold prayer. It was one of the fastest messages I have ever put together, because God was telling me exactly what … Continue reading Sermon: Parable of the Friend at Midnight
What Students Want to Know About the Bible
This last month at our youth group, we taught our students about the Bible. We talked about who wrote it, when it was written, how was it compiled, how the stories are connected, and more. But they still had more questions...
Why I Live and Serve in New England
People often ask why I do what I do, and why I moved halfway across the country. This study from the Barna Group shows America's most and least Bible-minded cities. Guess who is the least... That's why I live and do ministry in New England.
Things You Don’t Learn in Bible College: Stacking Chairs
Here we are again, in the third installment of my "Things You Don't Learn in Bible College" series. Today, we tackle something I personally dread -- stacking chairs.