Category Archive: Theology

Friday Night Flood In Brief – 10/10


We had a very small, intimate evening tonight. It was Corry’s homecoming, so much of our regular crowd was the at the football game. But we still had a handful that were not… Continue reading

Was the Rant Worth It?


This post is the fifth part of a series that responds to the article/editorial “Don’t Call ‘Em Students” found in Group Magazine’s September/October 2008 issue. To read the article, go here. To read… Continue reading

Shaping How the Church Sees Teenagers


This post is the fourth part of a series that responds to the article/editorial “Don’t Call ‘Em Students” found in Group Magazine’s September/October 2008 issue. To read the article, go here. To read… Continue reading

WNL In A Nutshell – 10/8/2008


I got to take a little break tonight. One of our volunteers was leading discussion and teaching, so I got to sit back and just be responsible for the music for the evening.… Continue reading

Institutional Social Status: It’s What’s For Ministry?


This post is the third part of a series that responds to the article/editorial “Don’t Call ‘Em Students” found in Group Magazine’s September/October 2008 issue. To read the article, go here. To read… Continue reading

What Makes a Student?


This post is the second part of a series that responds to the article/editorial “Don’t Call ‘Em Students” found in Group Magazine’s September/October 2008 issue. To read the article, go here. To read… Continue reading

So We Shouldn’t Be Students?


I received the current issue of Group magazine a couple of weeks ago and was immediately intrigued by one of the headlines on the front cover. It read “Don’t Call ‘Em Students.” I… Continue reading

Friday Night Flood in Brief – 10/3


What an evening! It really was a smooth evening (at least my experience tonight was), and there was a lot of great ministry that happened. For starters, we had around the same number… Continue reading

WNL In a Nutshell – 10/1/08


Tonight at WNL we held our first Reflection Evening for the school year. We held several of these last year, and each was met with resounding excitement from students, partially since it was… Continue reading

How Do You Encourage Scripture Reading in Your Teens?


While not necessarily study (there is a ot of reading and interacting with the text, but no real academic work to speak of) I have been running a Bible Reading blog for the… Continue reading