equipping teens and their parents
Look around during our Sunday services and you’ll find teens serving all over the place. One of the reasons for this is because we want to encourage our teens to live their lives—now—for the glory of God. Put bluntly, we don’t think it’s strange to find teens who love God.
The teenage years have been portrayed as time characterized by rebellion and conflict with parents. While this season does accelerate the effects of a teen’s strengths and weaknesses, these temptations don’t have to put distance between parents and their teenagers. Instead, this is an age of opportunity.
For that reason our youth-parent meetings are intentionally designed to do two things.
1st, we want to provide an atmosphere where teens will enjoy coming to discuss God’s Word and to pray together. Meetings are designed to be enjoyable times to build relationships.
2nd, we want to equip both teens and parents as they relate together. So meetings are designed to provide teaching for teens and for parents.
We trust this structure reinforces relationships between teens and their parents, as they train up the next generation of leaders.
For more information about our bi-monthly meetings which are held on Friday evenings or about smaller discipleship settings, please check out the bulletin for our latest schedule of events. For more information, please contact Momentum’s leader — a man on the move — Ken Wilson at: kcforchrist01 (at) yahoo.com.