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Sticky Faith

How do we build lasting faith in the teenagers we love and serve? Find practical resources for youth ministry and parenting here.

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Growing Young

How can you unlock your church’s potential? Discover 6 research-based strategies for integrating young people to create a thriving church.

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Urban Ministries

Receive world-class training right in your city. Our Certificate and Credential programs offer essential training vital to effective urban youth ministry.

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Helping the church become the best place for young people to grow.

“Already, but not yet”: Living in the tension with young people

“Already, but not yet”: Living in the tension with young people

To serve young people well, we must become better at living in the tension of the “already, but not yet.” Our presence is most effective when we learn to offer them the gracious and unhurried presence of Christ.

How to use the favorites function to create your own reading lists

How to use the favorites function to create your own reading lists

Every time you read an article or blog ­post you like, you can quickly add it to your favorites list.

Growing Young

Connecting with college students over break: they’re bringing home more than their laundry

Connecting with college students over break: they’re bringing home more than their laundry

The child you said goodbye to in the fall isn’t the same one who’s coming home this summer. Beyond their laundry, they’re bringing home other things that you need to consider.

Icons of Heaven

Icons of HeavenWitnessing God’s Future in Short-Term Mission

You’ve seen it in the Instagram pics of the girl in your youth group with a swarm of dark-skinned children around her. These photos can provoke a mixture of reactions within us. On the one hand, they feel so helplessly cliché, like mission trips are nothing more than a rite of passage for white kids, passing off a long “savior” tradition to a new generation.

But on the other hand, there’s something about these experiences that feels so right that we struggle to write them off entirely. There’s something about those photos that feels like God’s kingdom come. It’s like our mission trip photos are icons of heaven—of God’s future breaking into the present.