For a young Australian man, the wild and erratic lifestyle that I lived was more fulfilling than religion.
Continuing the conversation with Lewie who rejected his childhood faith to embrace a new set of beliefs which he feels allows him more freedom to love all people.
I often use these four questions in my conversations with young people to gain a better understanding of what they believe and why.
This book is a must for Christian parents, teachers and leaders. It touches on the deep issues that young people face in our current culture and provides Christians with the language to engage the issues…
22-year-old Lewie, critiques my blog on the woke generation and gives his perspective.
Young people are graduating our education system with a new framework for understanding life -- a new worldview-- which is somewhat angry, anti-authority and anti-biblical.
Rob Kenney, an assuming middle-aged man, seems to have stumbled into internet stardom with simple fatherly advice and love.
"I was introduced to porn as a six or seven-year-old, but it didn’t really grab a hold of me until I was fifteen."
Those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any ‘how’.”
Questions can be powerful. Answers reveal a lot.