My 17 year old is studying multiple languages and chemistry over summer break just to get a jump start, she thinks calculus is fun, and she reads complex literature in her spare time. The truth is that she’s really not that unusual. This is what today’s high school students do.
Let’s start here. A complicated relationship exists between the United States and Mexico. As a resident of Southern California I’m well aware of this.
Historically, youth ministry has always been a young adults game. For many their first foray into working on staff at a church/parachurch, or even a first real professional job of any kind, comes with a call to youth ministry. As I’ve gone to youth ministry conferences and youth pastor meet-ups over the years they always seem dominated […]
In between work on the the Tiny Office and March Madness we’ve been busy releasing cool stuff over at The Youth Cartel. Finding Jesus in the Old Testament Eric Ballard Official description… It can be difficult—at a glance—to reconcile the Jesus we see in the New Testament with much of the Old Testament. But when we […]
On Thursday night I head to Denver for our second annual Open Denver event. Open is a movement of one-day training events built from the ground up to support & advance youth ministry locally. It’s unlike anything else out there. Most of the presenters work right in the region, so they live the local context […]