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"It is said that God has no grandchildren. What is meant by that [is] a child is not saved because of the relationship his parents have with God. Each person must come to God on his own. Theologically that is true. However, practically a child will more likely come to a personal relationship with God because of the lessons he learns from his parents. Share your love for God with your children."

David Peach

"Christian Parenting Advice for Raising Teenagers"

Attention parents!

Youth Group Pickup

  • Our Wednesday night youth group programming ends at 8:00 PM. While we do encourage students to stick around and ask any questions they might have, we would request that you are present to pick up your student no later than 8:30 PM unless otherwise notified.

Food Allergies

  • We love food. Your students love food. So we want to feed them often! Please inform us of any food allergies you student(s) might have so we can provide for your student at our youth group gatherings. You can let us know by filling out this form!

Resources

Parenting teens can be difficult and confusing at times! That's why we want to provide you with resources to help you raise teens who are biblically literate and spiritually grounded in Christ:

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Podcasts

It's not always easy to sit down and read a book while also trying to fill the many responsibilities of being a parent. Take a look at the website below for a list of great parenting podcasts for learning on the go!

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The Bible Project

The Bible Project provides accessible videos, a podcast, and even a free interactive app! This is a perfect resource for parents with a desire to grow in their faith and easily expand their biblical knowledge.

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Confronting CHristianity

Confronting Christianity explores 12 questions that keep many of us from considering faith in Christ. Look more closely, McLaughlin argues, and  Jesus becomes not a relic from the ancient world, but our modern world’s best hope.

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Understanding Generation Alpha

No longer is Gen Z/iGen the forerunner in youth culture. The up-and-coming influence is what is being called Generation Alpha. This article details the characteristics of the latest generation.

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10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity

This book doesn’t dodge tough questions. Instead, it invites teenagers to ask their hardest questions about Christianity and to find surprising, life-giving answers. It also provides an opportunity for parents to learn how to answer question thier teens might have.

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10 Things To Know About How Social Media Affects Teens' Brains

Social media is an unavoidable reality in American culture and can have significant effects on the brain. This is especially true for the teen brain, and this article explores those realities.

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