Life a Weblog for Young Adults
It was Christmas day, just before I graduated from high school, when I opened a gift from my parents and found inside a small chunk of concrete. Yes, concrete… not coal, but concrete (I must have been a really bad kid). With it was a certificate indicating that it was a piece of the Berlin Wall.
My first solo joyride on a Jet Ski gave my family the scare of their lives. I was 12 years old and didn’t have a clue how to drive anything but a go-kart. After hours of pleading, I finally persuaded my parents to let me take the Jet Ski out alone. Things went well for the first few minutes
It seems as soon as Thanksgiving is over, our busy lives go into hyper-speed. It’s easy to show the ways we rush through Christmas. The more important (and difficult) part is redefining our celebration in a way that changes us as people. Perhaps one way to engage this season is simply to breathe it in.
There is a growing number of resources for people our age about vibrant ministry and service possibilities or exciting small group ideas. But what about those young people who are standing alone for their generation in their church? How do you do it all by yourself?