Eternal Perspective...“So much of life is in the here and now. What’s this mean to me in this moment? What would make me happy now? Why are they important? We rarely think of next year let alone eternity. But what if a generation of students had an eternal perspective. A perspective that caused them to focus on each of their actions with the weigh of eternity resting on the choices they make. I believe a generation with an eternal perspective could change the world!”

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The Truth About SIN... “We live in a culture that tells us, much like the serpent told Eve, that sin doesn’t really hurt us. That sin is actually beneficial to us, that our life will be happier and more complete if we simply compromise our standard. When the truth of sin is exposed there is nothing about it that is attractive or desirable. It is my heart’s desire to expose teens to the realities of sin and the brokenness it leaves behind. To show the truth about SIN . . .”

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Identity in Christ... “I think the struggle of knowing who you are is on-going, because we change so much as we grow and learn more about the world around us and the one who made it. However, this struggle is never more pronounced then in the teen years. For this reason knowing the promises of Christ is of vital importance. I believe that teens and young adults who have an understanding of their identity as God defines it are better equipped to make make life choices that will set them up for success and protect them from the traps of satan.”

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Greater Things... “We live in a world that has all the gadgets and widgets and devices one could need and yet our teens walk around unaware of the POWER they have in CHRIST alone. It is as though they have been tricked into believing they are powerless. Scripture is clear about the power Christ has left us with through the Holy Spirit. I love sitting with a group of teenagers and telling them of this power and how they have a power in them that is greater then anything this world has known!”

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