He has a plan and a purpose for you that is greater than you could dream up or imagine. But pursuing your calling is a bold and courageous thing. Ross Campbell offers some great advice for parents on how we can really love our teens.
If you think your dreams are big, imagine how big His dreams must be for you! Key to his advice: unconditional love in the face of whatever problems arise: Teens keep coming back.
You can meet others and talk about the challenges of being a Christian teen, fellowship for Bible studies and much more, on WWW.
COM A WEBSITE DEDICATED TO CHRISTIAN TEENAGERS WHERE YOU CAN MEET OTHER CHRISTIAN TEENS AND CHAT ABOUT BEING A CHRISTIAN TEENAGER IN TODAY’S SECULAR WORLD! We offer opportunities for fellowship with other teens, where in which you can socialize with other Christian teens that may be having the same questions and challenges that you do.
But, the authority of Christ needs to take precedence over your physical drives. If the social, emotional, spiritual dimensions are missing or lacking, you are out of balance.
She calls it Ten Truths for Teenage Girls—but I can’t help reading her list and knowing I need reminded of these things even now, well past my teen years. Since you bear His image, I am praying that as people see you, they would see His face shining upon you. It’s a life skill that’s becoming extinct, especially to our teenagers. If you are dating someone who doesn’t have a personal relationship with Christ, you are playing with fire. Don’t let the relationship progress to a physical point and then hope you can cut it off later. You need all the help you can get in today’s world. Do you depend on Him to meet your needs of love and security? If you can’t stand the person but have a great physical relationship, rethink the relationship. If one person is uncomfortable with any type of physical expression, don’t do it. Don’t push a date to do anything that makes him/her feel uncomfortable. Elizabeth Corrie meets some of these idealistic teens every summer.She has taken on the book's central challenge: instilling religious passion in teens.Corrie says she sees no shortage of teenagers who want to be inspired and make the world better.