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5 Ways Parents Can Love Their Youth Pastor

Sometimes it is easy to take important people for granted. We don't mean to, but still it happens. For parents of youth, their youth pastor may be one of the most important people in your child's life. Izzie Zimmerman provides 5 easy ways to be intentional about showing how much your kids' youth pastor means to you.

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Why “God First” Prioritizing Doesn’t Work

Note how Jesus doesn’t say, “Kingdom first, righteousness second, everything else third.” It’s interesting here that he gave a “first” but no second or third. In effect, he might as well have said, “Seek only the Kingdom of God and his righteousness. Don’t worry about anything else. It will be taken care of.” Jesus says in my way of living you don’t have priorities. You have one priority, period.

From: J. D. Walt

Parenting Wisdom for Families Today

In today's video interview, Don Joy shares some of the unique challenges parents face in the 21st century, including the absence of fathers and parenting children through the temptations of social media.

From: Soul Care Collective

The Big Questions

As we re-gather our students and begin a new rhythm for the fall, we encourage our adult leaders, specifically those that lead a small group, to welcome, embrace and wrestle with the big questions.

From: Youth Ministry Collective

Preaching Without Notes: A New Habit to Transform Your Sermons

My mentor didn't give me a handy ten steps to learn how to preach without notes, but over the last year I've learned from many others who’ve made the journey before me. Here are the five most helpful things I've put into practice.

From: Preaching Collective

Daily Text

Each day offers a short Bible text and a small bit of what we call “devotional commentary,” both of which aim to keep our community on a common journey. Come here daily for readings that will stir you on to prayer and reflection.

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