The humor in The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson is targeted toward young teens but the content is more suitable for older ones.
New Study Shows Shocking Lack of Biblical Worldview Among American Pastors
[Interview] Low-socioeconomic Education Talk With Sunshine Project OCP
Seeking a Suitable Education in an Unstable Era
EXIT: The Appeal of Suicide
A Minimum Wage Story
This Girl Is Different
Millennial Teens: Technology Defines Their Lives
McKennaugh Kelley: Pro-Life Advocate & Founder of APPOINT
Why Do 80% of Youth Leave Church After High School?
Kirk Cameron (Monumental, Fireproof, etc.) and bestselling author Ray Comfort have just released a new YOUTH evangelism training program, called “ROOTS“! With homeschool quizzes and discussion guides, this six-session, video-driven course is perfect for homeschoolers and family devotions. It’s recommended by Sean McDowell, K.P. Yohannan, Joni Eareckson Tada, and others. In the special guest post below, […]
Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell What if you could live forever? The first week of August is the exact middle of summer – the dog days. And in 1881, three unrelated events set in motion the strangest first week of August that Winnie Foster had ever seen. Winnie’s parents and grandmother […]
Dreams are Essential for Helping Youth Get Through Puberty
By Ronald E. Johnson, C.Ph.D. For many years, I have practiced the habit of challenging teenagers with the question, “What is your big dream?” Most teenagers momentarily look a bit startled, then respond with a definite statement. Others will be perplexed and answer, “I am not sure; I really do not know.” For those youth, […]