Blog

4 Significant Cultural Trends Seen Through the Lives of Young Mormons

The recent book "The Next Mormons" offers fascinating insights about how younger generations are transforming the LDS Church. Sean highlights 4 big trends.

Recent Posts

Blog

​Why Do Kids Leave the Church? Don't Forget Bad Theology!

There are many reasons kids leave the church. One often ignored, and yet crucial issue, is bad theology. Sean shows how good theology is critical for students.

Blog

How Do We Help Kids Who Have Left the Faith?

What is the best way to help students who have abandoned their faith? Sean addresses this issue from both his research and experience working with students.

Blog

How Do We Motivate Students Who Don't Seem to Care?

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.

Blog

Should We Expose Students to Arguments Against Christianity?

Should we "protect" kids by only teaching them the biblical position? Should we expose them to counterarguments to the faith? Sean tackles these Qs and more.

Blog

What are the Best Apologetics Resources for Students?

Sean lists the top apologetics and worldview resources for students including books, conferences, curricula, videos, and more.

Blog

An Open Letter to Graduates: Part 2

Sean offers three practical steps for high school grads to thrive in their faith, relationships, and health in college.

Blog

An Open Letter to Graduates: Part 1

What do graduates need to know to be successful in life after school? Sean briefly shares some biblical principles and encouragement for graduates.

Blog

STUDENTS: How Can You Stand Strong for Your Faith in College?

What is the key biblical principle for students to thrive in their faith? Sean briefly answers these questions with biblical insight.

Blog

Students: How Can You Stand Strong for Your Faith in College?

What steps can students take to thrive in their faith during college? Sean offers six critical steps from his experience and research.