YOUR students–An Inside Look

  • What motivates an adolescent?
  • How do they make moral decisions differently? How should that shape how we discipline?
  • What are the deepest questions they are asking? How can we create an environment where they ask those questions of the right people?
  • How is a 13-year old different than a 17-year old? A 22-year old? How should our teaching and leadership show those differences?
  • What new cognitive, moral, and social skills are they acquiring, and how does this influence how they relate to us? How should that change how we respond?
  • What are young people truly capable of?

Our relationships with students are defined by how we answer these questions. As we work with young people, we’re called to be experts at understanding their internal world. When we do, we can invite them to an understanding of God and His gospel that goes deeper and stronger than we ever thought possible.

God designed the questions your young people are asking. Let’s get inside their hearts and help them find answers.

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