Monthly Archives : April 2004

Skit: The Bench

Skit: The Bench

A jogger sees a solitary man sitting on the same bench each day as he runs past. A few seconds and a couple words could make an eternal difference in the man’s life. Will the jogger be too late? Find out in this simple yet compelling skit.
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FOCUS Part 4: Being Christ’s Disciples

Being Christian servants isn’t easy. Not only does it require a good deal of spiritual, mental, and physical discipline, but our culture is working against us. This article explores methods to enhance your ability to serve Christ in the world today. Continue reading

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What I Know Now…What I Wish I Had Known Back Then

What I Know Now…What I Wish I Had Known Back Then

In this article, Leah Bruskewitz discusses the long road she traveled in learning that it’s not others’ opinions that should determine the course of her life, but God’s Word. Continue reading

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Parenting Point: A Parent’s Role in Teen Dating

Parenting Point: A Parent’s Role in Teen Dating

This Parenting Point by Mary Halberg discusses how parents might best help their teens navigate the choppy waters of high school dating. Continue reading

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Blurred Boundaries-Gender Differences and Roles

Blurred Boundaries-Gender Differences and Roles

The boundaries between gender identity/roles and sexuality are being stretched and blurred every day, in every way. Youth workers are in a unique position to bring the focus back to Scripture, which teaches young people who God made them to be. This article discusses how to go about doing just that. Continue reading

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