One Question Guaranteed To Help Your Teen (& You) Start Well

School’s back and so is our ministry blog! After a great summer filled with mission trips, summer camp, vacation bible school, and most recently, our Surfs Up Launch Event, I’m excited to get back into a weekly rhythm of life and ministry. I often hear people say how this year will be different. This year I’ll… More One Question Guaranteed To Help Your Teen (& You) Start Well

Homeless Ministry

We shared the Gospel dramas in the rain on the street next to a moving train in front of a group of homeless men and saw over 20 people pray to receive Christ. It was a powerful experience. Please watch and share with others. (Music is by Casting Crowns, “Set Me Free”) Check out the… More Homeless Ministry

You’re Probably Too Busy To Read This

24 hours. 1440 minutes. 86,400 seconds. These numbers all describe a day, but are they the best description we have available? Is the number 86,400 by itself motivational in any way? In a congested-busy-frantic-instant-everything world, I’d like to offer you a different approach to looking at your days. Time is our most precious resource. Do you have a minute… More You’re Probably Too Busy To Read This

3 Words That Will Improve Your Parenting Right Away

2 Timothy 1:7 For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control. Have you ever wished that children came with a manual? Even the best parents can be afraid of what might happen to their kiddos or wonder if they’re doing their best. I’ve heard it said that fear is false… More 3 Words That Will Improve Your Parenting Right Away

5 Steps to Falling – Dissecting Our Sinful Mistakes

I’ve seen it too many times. Respectful men and women surprise their families, friends, and co-workers with the consequences of their sinful choices. This article is not one of judgement, but rather, one of warning. Think of this post like a lab in biology, as we dissect the human free fall that happens when we sin.… More 5 Steps to Falling – Dissecting Our Sinful Mistakes

Solving Conflicts – The P.A.U.S.E. Principle

Teenage life is filled with conflict. Scratch that. All of life is filled with conflict. Conflict is inevitable, but growth is optional. “Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of… More Solving Conflicts – The P.A.U.S.E. Principle