Here are some articles/blogs from this past week that you may have missed, but may be helpful to you as you work with young adults in your church and community.
The most common measure of intelligence in our culture is an I.Q test. However, Tim Elmore helps us see that we can help young adults develop in other ways that can point toward great wisdom.
- “The Good Life: Christian Hip Hop and Cultural Engagement” (podcast) by Trip Lee
Christians often struggle with knowing how to interact with the brokenness of culture. In this podcast, Trip Lee encourages Christ-followers to simply be faithful in public.
- “How to be an Innovator Without Being an Imitator” by Karl Vaters
In any type of ministry, we are looking for ways to be innovative and relevant. Karl Vaters reminds us to not simply imitate what others are doing, but to be purposeful in our approach.
Mark Whitt is the Collegiate and Young Adult Specialist at Lifeway Christian Resources. Before joining Lifeway, he spent many years on the campus of Murray State University as a campus minister. Connect with Mark via Twitter.