On Driving With Oil, Part I

On Driving With Oil, Part 1 A vehicle’s oil is essential to both lubricate the engine and absorb the heat produced while in motion. It collaborates with many parts to perform the varied drive requirements. Over the passage of time, this oil wears, and becomes ineffective in performing these functions. […]Read More...

Youth Ministry Vehicle, Part 2

Youth Ministry Vehicle, Part 2 Fuel. Every car has the capacity to store and utilize fuel as needed for efficient function. Correspondingly, God’s youth leaders are called to be filled with the Holy Spirit, to walk and talk with Him, so that they can ever flow out to others. They […]Read More...

Youth Ministry Vehicle, Part 1

Youth Ministry Vehicle, Part 1 Standard, manual, or stick-shift cars (as they are commonly referred to) have been almost reduced to an antique status across the U.S. as their automatic counterparts have risen in demand and popularity. Perhaps, the average millennial, Gen-Zer has never seen or driven a manual car! […]Read More...

Atlantic Union Conference Elects New Youth Ministries Director

The Atlantic Union Conference Executive Committee, at its May 9, 2018, regular meeting, elected David McKenzie to serve as the union’s new Youth Ministries department director. His responsibilities include emphasis on youth and young adult ministries, including public campus ministries. He comes to the Atlantic Union from the Northeastern Conference, […]Read More...

Dare to Be Like the Eagle

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Three Steps to Making Your Dream a Reality

Three Steps to Making Your Dream a Reality Whoever has stopped dreaming has started to die. No matter how old or young you are, never stop dreaming. Les Brown, motivational speaker and author, puts it this way, “You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new […]Read More...

Three Keys to Young Adult Retention

Three Keys to Young Adult Retention I love young adults; they are spiritual, intelligent, and caring people. They love the church wholeheartedly and they are looking to serve the church earnestly. However, many are leaving the pews while others are disengaged. What can we do to alleviate this problem? I’ve […]Read More...

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