In today’s digital age, self-learning has taken on new dimensions, with different generations turning to diverse platforms to acquire knowledge.
“Promoting women’s equality in athletics is an important governmental interest.”
“Our 140th anniversary is a time to celebrate the impact the Boys’ Brigade has had on generations of young people.”
“God gave him the ability to communicate, inspire, and motivate thousands of young men and women to preach the Gospel.”
“I have led very large youth ministries, but I have never seen anything quite like this.”
Passing of founder and presenter of ‘Breakthrough Generation’ which had up to two million listeners for 40 years.
“Chaplaincy is the best job in the Army. I’ll fight anybody over that.”
“God is doing something on Auburn’s campus. This is part of a bigger story.”
“Let’s be a generation that’s filled with fire stronger than lust, the internet, iPhones, and addictions of the heart.”
“We ground them in Biblical truths and inspire them with outdoor adventure, character, and leadership challenges.”
In our rapidly changing, technology-driven society, families often face challenges. It is common for people to experience feelings of loneliness, isolation, and even discrimination due to bullying and harassment.
“Hearts were healed, addictions were broken, and most importantly, Jesus was in the room.”
While no youth wants to find themselves homeless, circumstances beyond their control can turn their lives upside down. Young people are particularly vulnerable as they have limited resources and are less likely to ask for help beyond a friend or family member.
State details how boy’s inclusion has ‘harmed’ scores of girls.
“If we don’t pass this bill, Louisiana will become the destination for children across the entire South.”
“I’ve seen more and more young people profess faith for Jesus. It’s definitely a spiritual awakening,”
“It sends a dangerous message to vulnerable teenagers and undermines the prevention of youth suicide,”
“We really wanted to dive into creating a game for the younger generation to be able to experience Jesus.”
Clearly the ever-changing technologies in business and in life are redefining our world. Yet interestingly, it is the social and demographic changes that have more profound implications on our future than even the massive technological ones.
Decision may carry implications for other states or discourage attempts to enact similar laws.
“The further away they get from Jesus, the more lost and confused they are.”
Pat Steele recently joined us on 20Twenty to talk about the new reality docuseries for youth and schools called Made in Jesus.
“There’s a generation of righteous radicals set ablaze for the glory of God.”
“There is a significantly small percentage who believe Jesus is active in the world today,”
‘Trail LIfe offers a Christ-centred, boy-focused approach to building Godly men.”