Sticky Faith Stories
We’re seeking to help our graduates walk across the bridge from adolescence to adulthood and from a high school youth group to adult ministry opportunities in healthy ways.
Kim was confused and started to wonder if the faith we had taught her in high school was true.
What if every student attending our program took time to write a story of future hope? And what would happen if they shared those stories of future hope with each other?
After thirty-four years of youth ministry, this made for a unique experience to encourage and challenge a church toward a new mindset for not only student ministries, but for their entire church family.
We all have a choice when we want to bring about change, whether the change is related to Sticky Faith or not: we can swing for the fences, or we can just try to get on base and hope to cross home at some point.
No, not some U.S. megachurch, or some fast growing church in Korea.
I did not realize how difficult this was going to be for us. We have become accustomed to segregation by ages in the church and because of that we do not know how to engage relationally with one another.