Category: Young Adults

Obedience Is Not Convenient

Posted by: in Young Adults on July 22nd

Obedience is Not Convenient by Jasmin Michelle Smith   As Bible-believing Christians, we tend to understand obedience on a practical level. We know that we are expected to obey our parents, our elders, our bosses, our spiritual authorities, etc. What happens, though, when we are told to do something that we don’t want to do,… View Article

You Are What You Eat

Posted by: in Young Adults on June 24th

  You Are What You Eat by Stephanie Miller   I grew up with a mother who always made us eat healthy foods. While other kids were eating Dunkaroos and Lunchables, I had carrots with peanut butter and a chicken leg from last night’s dinner. I can recall countless meals at home where I was… View Article

Apostolics Pray

Posted by: in For Leaders, Young Adults on June 24th

Apostolics Pray by Jasmin Smith   As Apostolics, we are called “to give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word” (Acts 6:4). We are to pray for all men, according to 1 Timothy 2:1-2, which included our neighbors, our brothers and sisters in Christ, our spiritual leaders, those in authority over… View Article

The Best Question Ever

Posted by: in Young Adults on July 23rd

The Best Question Ever by Stephanie Miller   Important Questions Christian author Andy Stanley wrote a book called “The Best Question Ever.” Don’t worry, I won’t share any spoilers here! Still, the title calls to mind one of the best questions I’ve ever been asked. The spring before I started college, God was really dealing… View Article

Combating a Liberal Mentality in Secular Education

Posted by: in Young Adults on April 16th

Combating a Liberal Mentality in Secular Education by Jasmin Michelle Smith   Liberal /ˈlib(ə)rəl/ –     adjective open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values. favorable to or respectful of individual rights and freedoms. (“liberal citizenship laws”) synonyms: tolerant, unprejudiced, unbigoted, broad-minded, open-minded, enlightened, forbearing                   antonyms: narrow-minded, bigoted (especially of… View Article

Ministry Central: Ongoing Training Course (FREE)

Posted by: in Featured, For Leaders, Young Adults on April 1st

Ministry Central: Ongoing Training Course (FREE) The purpose of this training course is to train and equip Hyphen Ministry Leaders to effectively launch, grow, and release their respective hyphen groups; providing a firm biblical and cultural foundation for their students to change their community from the inside out. This course will explore Hyphen leadership, foundational… View Article

Hard Questions: Racism

Posted by: in Young Adults on January 22nd

The Truth About Racism by Stephanie Miller   Picture Perfect World Close your eyes and imagine a perfect world. For some, it may resemble the garden of Eden: green trees, animals roaming free, and perfect weather. For others, it’s an industrialized version of paradise with a trendy coffee shop on the corner, where the barista… View Article

Preserving Apostolic Truth

Posted by: in Young Adults on December 11th

Preserving Apostolic Truth by Jasmin Michelle Smith   To understand the importance of preserving apostolic truth, we must start by understanding the true meaning of doctrine. Doctrine can be defined simply as any rule or principle. More specifically, doctrine is a rule, principle, or body of principles taught for acceptance or belief, by a religious,… View Article

Good Grief! Dealing with Disappointment

Posted by: in For Leaders, Young Adults on November 16th

  Good Grief! How to Dealing with Disappointment by Dr. Kristin Keller   “A new era of human spaceflight was set to begin as American astronauts would once again launch an American rocket from American soil to the International Space Station as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley… View Article

Hard Questions: Political Affiliations

Posted by: in Young Adults on April 1st

  Hard Questions: Political Affiliation by Stephanie Miller   The current political climate of our world is volatile enough to make anyone want to bury their head in the sand; but I believe to be effective Christians, we are called to do the opposite. As believers, we often remain silent when we should be speaking… View Article

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