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Young Adults in Action: Why Service?

Service should be the natural extension of faith, giving young adults what they are yearning for. Continue reading

0 Comments / 52 View / April 29, 2016

The Stride: Youth Worker Devotional Life

Studies among pastors puts the devotional life in the top five most pressing needs of pastors and the top five personal and professional experiences impacting DCEs. Continue reading

0 Comments / 156 View / March 29, 2016

Young Adults in Action: Lost

Congregations seeking to support young adults can be a tremendous help in navigating them from one church community to the next. Continue reading

0 Comments / 91 View / March 25, 2016

Servant Events: Top 10 Lists

Top 10 lists to make your Servant Event the best experience it can be for your youth Continue reading

0 Comments / 50 View / February 7, 2014

Devotion: Who Serves?

Service isn’t just for adults or those with professional training. Continue reading

0 Comments / 139 View / March 13, 2013

Devotion: Foundation of Service

God tells us that just as trees are stable because they are rooted in the ground, we are to be rooted in love. Continue reading

0 Comments / 131 View / March 6, 2013

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

0 Comments / 47 View / April 1, 2004

FOCUS Part 3: A Model for Teaching Servanthood

To be firm yet observant, courteous yet understanding and sincere; this is the church worker’s FOCUS. Continue reading

0 Comments / 40 View / March 1, 2004

FOCUS Part 1: The Foundation for Teaching Servanthood

In teaching servanthood, we Focus On Christ’s Unconditional Salvation. Continue reading

0 Comments / 126 View / January 1, 2004

FOCUS Part 2: Service and Fasting

The Christian Church throughout the centuries has encouraged Christ’s people to fast, not as penance for sins–as many think–but to gain greater spiritual discipline and to grow in relationship with the Lord. Continue reading

0 Comments / 37 View / January 1, 2004