Most kids raised in Christian homes enter a stage, often during their teen years, where they question their parents’ faith. What is the best way to respond?
Should we be concerned about Gen Z? How should we view this generation? Sean asks some critical questions about how leaders approach Gen Z.
Many young people today are willing and eager to connect with a caring adult. But how can we do this? Sean offers 5 practical steps for any caring adult.
Recently Sean spoke at a youth camp and was deeply moved by the relational apologetic approach of a youth minister. Check out this brief story.
Reaching Gen Z does not necessarily require adopting a new program. Rather, it starts with a shift in mindset and approach. Sean explains.
Want to shape the worldview of your kids (and have a good time)? Sean offers some Qs to watch and discuss films as a family this summer.
How do we best get apathetic students to care? While we certainly can't force kids to care about spiritual things, Sean offers 6 practical steps to help.
How do we make theology both interesting and relevant to students today? Sean shares four insights from his own research and experience with students today.
People believe things for many reasons. Yet which of these are good reasons? Sean shares the one good reason based on his interaction with a group of students.
What are the challenges faced by second generation Christian students? How do we best minister to them? Sean speaks from his life and personal experience.