We are so thankful for the privilege of being able to serve alongside you, as the parents of the students that we minister to. You are the most influential part of the life of your child other than their peers, whether they are willing to admit that or not. Here we hope that you will find helpful resources to be able to engage with your student, listen to the things that are hard about being a teenager, speak the truth of the Gospel into their lives, and know how to be praying for in the life of your student, their teachers, friends, or any of the people they spend the most time with.
So, Come Alive!
From the Desk of Sara Litten: So, Come Alive! If you haven’t been living under a rock then you’ve heardRead more.
Christians Need To Take An Improv Class…Or Two
Recently I was watching an episode from The Office when Michael Scott is in improv class. In every improv class,Read more.
What Happens When “I Love Me”
From the Desk of Sara Litten: What Happens When “I Love Me” This morning, driving to work, XM radio kidsRead more.
Why Did Your God Allow This To Happen?
From the Desk of Austin Braasch: Why Did Your God Allow This To Happen? “Though Christianity does not provide theRead more.
13 Reasons Why and the Hope of the Gospel
From the Desk of Sara Litten: There is much a buzz about the new Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” andRead more.
My Certain Hope
“Fear not, for you will not be ashamed, be not confounded, for you will not be disgraced; for you willRead more.
Good Enough for Jesus, Good Enough for Us?
From the Desk of: Rachel Shields I am currently reading, and have been reading for a couple months, Jesus OutsideRead more.
From the Desk of John Steakley I just finished reading a book written by Eugene Peterson titled, Eat this Book.Read more.
Getting Ready for Easter
From the Desk of Caleb Blow Recently, Matt Terrell gave me the opportunity to preach at Samford’s RUF (yes, I’mRead more.
Discipleship in Ecclesiastes
From the Desk of Austin Braasch When I was in college many of my friends loved to drink heavily onRead more.