Youth Resources

Helpful Articles

12 Tips for Parenting in the Digital Age

Who is iGen? Kids between the ages of 6 and 23 fall into a generation now getting labeled Post-Millennial or Gen Z or iGen. I want to introduce you to the research on this generation, then process the implications for pastors, leaders, and parents: How do we steward teens in the digital age? Read more…

Danger Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship

I expect we have all seen dating relationships go wrong. We have all seen people move from unwise and unhealthy dating relationships into turbulent, difficult, or even doomed marriages. How can we help people avoid this? What are some danger signs of an unhealthy dating relationship? Read more…

Websites

Protect Young Eyes
Great site for information on setting up social networking and mobile phone boundaries for your child. READ THE BLOG you will be shocked, but you won’t regret it.

Homeword
This website is the creation of Jim Burns and his minnistry, a long-time youth ministry veteran who now focuses most of his time and energy on parents and the family. This website has great articles and resources for purchase.

Center for Parent Youth Understanding
A helpful website for parents to see and have a better understanding of youth culture with tips to help you along the way.

Focus on the Family / Teens
A resource for parents of teens by Focus on the Family.

Plugged In
Kids love movies, and Hollywood loves to make movies targeting them. Unfortunately, Hollywood doesn’t have the values we would like to instill in our children. This is an excellent resource for movie reviews from a Christian perspective.

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