What if we recognized both stillness AND movement as sacred?
Milestones of Faith
Creating rhythms through rites of passage
What would it look like for my church to celebrate faith-development rites of passage for children and teenagers?
Fixed Hour Prayer
Setting our day to the rhythm of prayer
Two years ago “fixed hour prayer” sounded like a terribly legalistic spiritual practice to me. I didn’t know what the words meant, and wasn’t sure I wanted to know.
Watch the short video “Strings Attached” with your students, either as an opener or closer to the Week 3 “Receive” session of the Sticky Faith Every Day Curriculum, or on its own as a discussion starter to help students consider what it means to receive grace with “no strings attached.”
The work that FYI has done on “Sticky Faith” has profound implications for all of us who are committed to young people hearing the Gospel and developing a faith that lasts a lifetime. Young Life staff are well aware of the tragic consequences to the faith of far too many adolescents as they leave high school. Many of our staff are utilizing the “Sticky Faith” material to better equip young people for the temptations they will face as they move into their late adolescent and adult years. I am deeply grateful for the effective work of Fuller Youth Institute.
Ken Knipp, Vice-President of Training, Young Life
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