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Virtual Cafe Recap: Heart to Heart with Youth Pastors Navigating the Pandemic (Part 1)

...after a few months, the students in his ministry became physically and emotionally strained from the constant screen time for school, church and socializing. As a result, only about half of the youth in his ministry regularly
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Virtual Cafe Recap: Heart to Heart with Youth Pastors Navigating the Pandemic (Part 2)

...these Zoom meetings gave a space for the kids to bond with one another during a difficult and confusing time. After they went back to in-person youth ministry, she noticed that because of the relationship built during
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Reflecting on What Qualities to Look for in a Potential Partner

Having a list of qualities for your potential spouse is something that we all can benefit from in our dating years. It’s a way we can understand what to look for when considering a potential life partner.
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Ask and You Shall Perceive

...if you are defending Christianity in a way that attacks or puts down the other person or the other’s argument, it makes sense that they may not want to think about what you say.
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The Growth and Maturity of an American-Born Chinese (Part 2)

While parents may only see their child from one angle, they may not fully understand who their child really is and how he or she behaves and interacts with people at school. Sometimes the children may have
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The Growth and Maturity of an American-Born Chinese (Part 1)

Though Chinese parents work hard to raise their children to be sensible and good, have you ever thought about how American-born Chinese, commonly known as ABC, think about their identity, their relationship with parents, and the various
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Never Too Young Stories from the School Yard – Standing Up and Stepping Out in Faith (Part 2)

If you wear the Christian logo, the cross around your neck, or that favorite shirt from camp, you better be ready to talk about it.
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From Disney and Star Wars to Kendu Films

My life is worth more than many Academy Awards. It’s worth more than Academy Awards to bring one soul to Christ. My value of success is different than how God values success. I began to look at
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Never Too Young Stories from the School Yard – Standing Up and Stepping Out in Faith (Part 1)

Jeremiah 1:7-8 says, “But the Lord said to me, ‘Do not say, ‘I am too young.’ You must go to everyone I send you to and say whatever I command you. Do not be afraid of them,
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U READ I READ: If You Want To Walk On Water: Book Review #1

We hope as parents and youth read this book and discuss the reflection questions together, they can challenge and encourage one another to live more boldly for Christ.
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U Read I Read: Reading Together – A Resource for Building a Closer Parent-Child Relationship

In this new blog series, Christian youth leaders will recommend and review books that parents and their teen or adult children can read together to open up discussion on faith and life, and to cultivate a closer
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Red Flags to Look Out For

In the second episode, Agnes and Joyce, along with Jonathan, also gave some good qualities to look out for when considering a dating and potential marriage partner.
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Faith and Career (Part 1) – Being a Light in the Workplace

Christian professionals from various industries shared their best tips for students and young adults today on how to break into successful careers and also how to trust God and be a light for Him in the workplace.
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Faith and Career (Part 2) – Trusting God’s plans

Jeff Chan, Youth Pastor of the First Evangelical Community Church in Cerritos, shared some ways young people can discover the kind of job God may be calling them to pursue. 
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