Young Adult Topics
- Christian Men and Dating
- How Much Money Should Christians Save?
- Finding Balance in a Polarized World
- Trusting God When Applying to College
- What to Say When People Ask Why You’re Not Dating
- Before You Date, Be Content with Your Life
- Prepare Your Kids to Pursue God in College
- When Should You Start Dating?
- Guilt & Repentance
- Tips for Relating to Your Adult Children
- How to Help a Friend Who Is Thinking About Suicide (Students)
- What Every Healthy Relationship Must Have
- Can I Live with My Boyfriend or Girlfriend if We’re Not Having Sex?
- Something Every Girl Needs to Hear
- The Christian Student’s Survival Guide
- Where Do You Find Your Identity?
- Who Are You Playing For?
- How to Abstain from Pornography
- Q1 for Twentysomethings
- A Giving Challenge for Christians
- Body Image From a Christian Perspective
- Christian Dating Secrets REVEALED! (Students)
- The Fifth Threshold: Following | The Five Thresholds #6
- The Fourth Threshold: Seeking | The Five Thresholds #5
- The Third Threshold: Open to Change | The Five Thresholds #4
- The Five Thresholds of Faith
- The Five Thresholds of Faith Intro
- Christians at College
- Cohabitation vs Commitment
- Get in the Game
- Is Everything Really Going to Work Out?
- 5 Benefits of Sexual Purity as a Young Man
- Resurrection Evidence: 5 Reasons to Believe that Jesus Really Rose
- Is It OK for Christians to Live Together Before They Get Married?
- Driven by Good
- How Far Is Too Far Before Marriage?
- Overcoming Toxic Thoughts
- The Skeptical Student #1: Setting Up the Encounter
- The Skeptical Student #2: Meet Nathanael
- How to Start a Young Adults Group
- Is Masturbation a Sin According to the Bible?
- Practical Advice for College Students
Young Adult Series
It’s easy to become resentful toward God when your relationship with him is defined by your unfulfilled expectations.
Leaning on God’s word during anxious times is one of the best things you can do as a student.
Is baptism necessary for someone to be saved from their sins? It’s a hot question, especially for new Christians.
Paul reprimanded the church in Corinth for being good at playing church but being bad at giving. It’s a message for every wealthy Christian to hear.
One of our greatest needs is to be understood by others. This is especially true for a healthy marriage. Learn what it means to really listen so your spouse can feel most understood by you.
If you want to go deeper in your relationship with God, one important step is to go deeper in your study of his word, the Bible.
Parents, our job is hard so let’s break it down into more bite sized pieces so we can feel like we have some sort of a plan or strategy.
“Fasting” is a forgotten spiritual discipline that Christians have practiced for centuries.
The parable of the shrewd manager (Luke 16:1-13) is one of the most difficult lessons of Jesus to unpack. It seems like he wants us to root for the dishonest guy in the story, but if we dig a little deeper, we see that there are some important lessons to learn.
“The Antichrist” can be a divisive topic amongst Christians. Who is this mysterious man who will usher in the end?
So you’re reading the Bible. But what if someone disagrees with your interpretation?
Learn how responding to your spouse’s subtle hints or suggestions can make your marriage healthy and strong.
Many times in our lives we pray for doors to be opened and for new possibilities to appear. But God doesn’t always answer in our timing.
One of the most common themes in the Bible is “struggle.” For Christian athletes, that means you’ll need grit.
How would you rate your use of social media as a Christian? Allen Parr points out some of the traps Christians fall into while using social media.
Everyone gets hurt, so everyone needs to understand how forgiveness works.
Did you know that eating family meals together is vital to the health of your kids?
The Bible shows us people who turn from their old lives and embrace new lives in Christ. But what if you can’t identify this moment in your own life?
Do you know your spouse better than their bestie? You should, and a love map can help.
God worked for six days and then he rested to create the world. This has an impact on how we should view the Christian work ethic.
You can have confidence in the growth and progress of God’s work (in you and others), even if it seems insignificant at the time.
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