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Theology: Answering Tough Questions (3:12)

Youth have good and hard questions about God, faith and the world around them. Iona Snair gives youth workers a few starting steps in responding to and engaging young people in those tough conversations about God. Print off the accompanying  helpsheet below for more resources and to share with others.

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Theology: How to Read the Bible 101 (4:07)

Reading the bible; interacting with scripture and knowing the very words of God is the foundation of faith-how we know our God, ourselves and the world around us. But when someone believes in Christ for the first time how do we introduce them to the Bible? What are those first steps?

Brandie Bradshaw give us some practical steps for doing just that.

Development: Generation Z-who are they and how can we reach them? (3:18)

They are the newest generation known as GenZ, the iGeneration, the distracted generation and “Screenagers”. Jen gives us the bullet points on what makes this generation tick and shows us how we can reach them with the truth of Jesus!

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Issue: Broken Homes (3:11)

1 in 3 teens live in the context of a broken home. We know you see their hurt. And we know you want to respond.

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It takes five…

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“I used to stare down and wonder at the fall. Would it be quick or slow, or would images haunt me forever Until somebody pulled me from the edge and taught me to fly?”

This is a quote written by a student during last week’s Mental Health Awareness campaign. It’s about the battle with suicidal thoughts and a young person waiting to be rescued by someone. Continue reading It takes five…