Over the years, many things have been written about Tim Tebow. Some people applaud the stance me makes concerning his Christian life while others make it their mission to run him into the ground. Yesterday, Al Mohler discussed on his radio show, The Briefing, Tebow’s recent decision not to speak at the historic, First Baptist Church of Dallas. Denny Burk also writes about the significance concerning Tebow’s decision to cancel his appearance. In the next few days I am sure that Tebow will be in the news, not for his play (or lack thereof) on the field, but for his decision to make a stand, a stand that will no doubt have a lasting impact on his life, on and off the field.
“That was just one problem with ministering to the youth of today — riding the wave of cool and contemporary youth ministry was like surfing the big ones, and with one false move, there you were with sand in your trunks” (Evangellyfish, p. 91). via Doug Wilson
This is a great article from Trevin Wax that will make you wonder if you have lost your mind. Check it out!
Whether you give or take criticism, it’s never easy. This article from David Murray helps us as we think through the topic of criticism.
In this article by Marc at 5 Solas, he explores reasons why youth may think church is irrelevant. Great article and definitely something to ponder.
This is a very interesting article for teachers within Children’s Ministry.
This link provides an excellent resource by Tedd Tripp on how to lead your children through the various stages of life.
I recently found this collection of sermons by Sinclair Ferguson. Such a treasure for the soul, and the ears.
Over the years much as been written on the topic of bullying. This article offers some warning signs and other practical advice on how to handle bullying if it arises in your family.