With the impact of the Internet and rapid innovations in technology, these Cheerios moments are happening at younger ages–sometimes before a child is ready to digest the information the world is hurling at them.
While many teens may be reading the Bible, most are not engaging with Scripture at the depth or frequency needed to internalize its messages.
To understand Gen Z, we must look at the prior proximal Generation Y—also known as Echo Boomers or Millennials—to understand the “swing” that Gen Z is pushing back against.
I used to think you were either born with it or you weren’t. Now, I’m starting to see that whatever level you start at, everyone can–and should–increase their Cultural IQ.
“Is it enough to simply read God’s Word, or must one actually engage with it to grow in their faith or be transformed by it?
God has given us big dreams. To accomplish them, we’ll need to pray even bigger prayers this year — prayers that, to the world, will make us look crazy!
Water appears so innocent, so safe, so docile and insignificant. Yet it permeates almost everything we do—and when ignored is deadly.
Many historical belief systems have been prescriptively structured with a rigid formation designed to pass on foundational faith principles to the next generation.
I remember years ago—when my daughters were much younger—the excitement that would build in the days leading up to Christmas….
Every year since its launch, we celebrate—alongside our partner YouVersion—the anniversary of the Bible App for Kids. And every year,…