Sticky Faith Stories
My wife loves snapshots.
Often in ministry, we have great intentions and thoughts to share with our students. Just as often those thoughts come and go unspoken.
We felt like we needed to take some new steps to connect and walk with our senior class through their senior year.
After spending most of a weekend retreat for grads focused on personal spiritual growth habits, we closed out with what we told the group was the most important component—community.
When we first began to construct a summer calendar just for our high school grads, we had a pressing issue to address.
In light of our newly-released Sticky Faith curriculum products for students and parents, we’re excited to share a guest blog series on how various youth pastors have approached preparing seniors for the transition out of high school.
To our delight, Relevant magazine did an interview with me and posted an online story about our Sticky Faith research a few days ago. It’s generated quite a bit of comment.