Family devotions do not need to be every day, they don’t have to be boring or childish, and they certainly do not need to be hours long. But they should allow for thoughtful conversation, opportunities for everyone to share and lead, and time of just being loved and supported by those closest to you.
This is not a new topic but is one that is becoming highlighted and more perverse as we have new forums and avenues for it to occur. In looking at this topic, there are numerous resources available for you to have healthy and proactive conversations with your student about it, but also ways to better educate yourself and those in your sphere of influence.
Oh yes, the blessings and curses of the modern phenomenon of the internet and social media. The positive sides are glorious. The down sides are very dark and destructive. So how can we navigate this with our teenagers?
The interaction around the tables as we discuss what we are learning is fantastic. It is exciting to be growing together as we learn to walk in a manner worthy of our calling in Christ.
Challenge was an amazing trip for so many reasons. It was so clear from the onset that God was watching over this trip and had heard your prayers. Challenge truly challenged and stretched our group throughout our week in Kansas City.