e-Zine from Summit Ministries
Christianity begins to matter to students when it cuts through the noise of our culture with clarity and meaning.
The generation your kids are growing up in is one that uses 30% of the Internet’s bandwidth for binge watching entire seasons of TV, but really needs their Bible reading plan to stay under 15 minutes because, “I’m just so slammed right now.
CARM is a 501(c)3, non-profit, Christian ministry dedicated to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ and the promotion and defense of the Christian Gospel, doctrine, and theology. To do this, CARM analyzes religious and non-religious movements and compares them to the Bible. We examine abortion, atheism, evolution, Islam, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormonism, relativism,Roman Catholicism, Wicca, universalism, (and more), along with Christian preachers and teachers. In all our analyses we use the Bible as the final standard of truth in order to defend and promote Christianity. Please consider checking out our statement of faith –
This is a Gold mine of searchable youth culture resources going back years.
There is a constant flow of up to date reviews of what is going on in the world of teens. There is a Podcast, blog, face book updates, and twitter posts. This site is Not about shock and awe but helps make sense of the confusing world of youth culture with practical suggestions targeted at how to respond to all of this. The director of CPYU, Walt Mueller posts on face book and updates in your inbox, if you want the posts. You only need to give them a name and your email address.
This is a whole movement of concerned parents and church leaders who are passionate about making faith stick with kids and kids stick to their faith for life. Dr. Kara Powell leads the charge with her book Sticky Faith but she has videos, an e-journal even events for parents of teens.
I signed up for this one a while back and I am so glad that I did. Hundreds of practical, well researched articles that make sense. Amy Morin provides understandable Insights into adolescent development and behavior. The site provides a Blog that you can receive.