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3 Tips for Empty Nesters

The "empty nest" stage of life can be difficult to navigate—it's both a time of celebration and a time for mourning the change. In this article, Ben Wiles offers 3 tips to help new empty nesters navigate the season of life that lies ahead.

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"The Lure of Plausability"

We so want the Gospel of Jesus Christ to pass the plausibility test, to make perfect sense to present day hearers who are caught up in the ideas of the age (which are ironically just rehashed versions of the old ones). The Gospel is not plausible. A God who dies for his own people in order to save them is not only implausible. It is an absurdity.

From: J. D. Walt

"Color Wars: A Youth Group Take"

Ever been to or seen ads for Color Me Rad or one of the many Color (insert random word here) events, and thought, “Wow! That would be an awesome youth event!” I did and then googled the cost of doing said event and realized that my entire year’s youth budget wouldn’t suffice to pull it off! However, after months of research, trial and error, we were able to pull this off and stay in budget for our annual big event!

From: Youth Ministry Collective

"Truth, Beauty & Tragedy: How to Be Happy"

God is the Creator and all Christians are artists – not called to paint over ugliness but rather to be a means of its melting and molding into something beautiful. “See, I am making all things new” is the context into which we must submit the 24-hour news cycle.

From: Wesleyan Accent

"Remembering our Heritage: The Grand Wesleyan Vision Part I"

It is, therefore, upon these four great foundations: Christ Himself, the Word of God, the ancient ecumenical tradition and the Reformation that the Wesleyan movement arises like a glorious Taj Mahal on the broad plains of Christianity by the great flowing river of Christian faith.

From: Timothy Tennent

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Youth Ministry Collective

We're excited to announce our Youth Ministry Collective — a place for Wesleyan-minded youth pastors to join other leaders in conversations about how this looks in youth ministry.

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