Sticky Faith Stories
What was your favorite bedtime story when you were a kid? My favorite was a classic story from my grandfather.
Sending the kids off to college isn’t fun. And I’m not talking about my actual, biological kids. The kids that I dislike sending off to college are the High School seniors who have allowed the Student Ministry team and I to enter into their lives during their formative years.
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After becoming a parent myself, I’ve realized that I want to be the biggest influence in my kids’ lives. Not only that, but God calls me to point them toward Jesus every day through everything that I say and do.
The congregation I serve has developed a concept we call The Faith Web. A Faith Web is a constellation of people who willingly and lovingly surround you with faith. It expands, or at least builds upon, the 5:1 ratio that the FYI team writes about in Sticky Faith.
Last Spring I became the new youth pastor at a church that boasts having a family feel, but struggles to connect the older and younger generations.
According to our Sticky Faith research, 6 of 7 youth group graduates don’t feel their faith is ready for what they will face after high school.