Tag Archives: teens

Vows To Four-Year-Old Daughter

Watch these beautiful wedding vows to each other and their four-year-old daughter. Watching this brought tears to our eyes. This would be a great video to highlight with students when you are discussing marriage, relationships, vows, commitment, and/or purity. Watch the video and then start the conversation by asking a few of these questions: What […]

A Story About A Bug… Kinda

It’s October in South Dakota. October in South Dakota is pretty much like you might expect South Dakotan life to be. The only real differences between September and October here are that the weather is a little cooler, pumpkins are available in the stores and boxelder bugs are out in full force. A few minutes ago, one such Boxelder […]

Technical Difficulties

My 12-year-old daughter is facing challenges this year that her older sisters didn’t have to face until they were years older. Part of those challenges include having access to the vast expanse of the world wide web at such a young age. And, if you know me, you know that I understand technology and the Internet […]

Expand the Boundaries of Worship

As a regular attendee at the Simply Youth Ministry Conference over the past couple of years, I’ve really come to appreciate the guys in the Jason Howerton Band. This video-driven, discussion-based curriculum was debuted at this year’s conference and I couldn’t wait to share the link with you. I think this is gonna be good! […]

Best Practices in Activating Young People Around Causes They Care About

Marah Lidey is the Digital Engagement Manager for DoSomething.org, the largest organization for teens and social change – with one of the largest SMS subscriber lists in the non-profit industry. Marah and the Digital Engagement team are responsible for understanding how young people (ages 13-25) think and for creating effective digital strategy, content and data analysis to […]