When we see positive data like the Youth Polls present, why wouldn’t we want that for all our teens? How are we investing in all youth?
Before Rosa Parks, there was Rosa Young. 4 leadership lessons from Rosa Young on leaving a lasting impact
Presenters at the Jan. 14-16 event cover a range of aspects — including the involvement of parents and the Church in faith formation.
Are young people’s attitudes and experiences any different in 2016 from what they were in 1980?
Technology provides churches with a vast array of resources that, when used with deliberate care, can extend limited instruction time into the home and directly to the hands of students and families. In today’s tech driven world, consider how technology can expand the teaching of God’s Word into digital spaces.
Christ took the form of a servant, so we, too, should become servants to others. What students learn in Confirmation should motivate them towards a life that reflects God’s love. Here are three reasons service learning benefits Confirmation.
The Rev. Mark Kiessling begins serving as director of LCMS Youth Ministry, succeeding the Rev. Dr. Terry K. Dittmer.
The March 17-20 Lutheran Youth Fellowship training in St. Louis will focus on faith-sharing in the “digital age.”
My own children reminded me that our faith in Jesus begins at the font, flows from there into our homes and spills out further as we learn to navigate life in the world.
The Rev. Mark Kiessling and Julianna Shults, LCMS Office of National Mission, discuss the development of the new Lutheran Young Adult Corps. The Corps provides 2-10 month opportunities to serve for adults ages 18-26.
Registration is open for Youth Ministry 2016 — sponsored by LCMS Youth Ministry and set for Jan. 14-16 in St. Charles, Mo.
Marriage is one of the many gifts God gives to us. It is right, good and beautiful in His eyes.
God help us. He does, and He will. End times? Yes, indeed. “God is faithful,” as the apostle says (1 Cor. 1:9). And this faith in Christ is “a living, busy, active, mighty thing.”
If Lutherans know how to feed people inside the church, should we not also become experts in feeding people outside of the church?