The teenage years are the first time in a kid’s life when they start asking questions like, “Why do I believe what I believe?” So this month, we want to help you have better conversations with your kid about faith . . . and doubt.
Here are a few things coming up in our ministry . . .

ADD THE DATES: Parent Events
This April, we’re hosting two events for teenagers and the parents (or parent figures) who love them. We’d love to see you and your kids there!

ADD THE DATES: Summer Camp
This summer, we’re taking teenagers to summer camp! Make sure your kid is registered before the deadline.


We may not like to admit it, but we all have questions and doubts about our faith. In this series, you’ll help teenagers see that our doubts and questions don’t have to destroy our faith, but refusing to talk about them might. For the next four weeks, you’ll encourage teenagers to wrestle with their doubts by voicing their questions, understanding their perspective is limited, remembering how Jesus has transformed their lives, and considering why they followed Jesus in the first place. 

“It’s not doubt that’s toxic to faith. It’s silence.” That’s the premise of a book we love called Can I Ask That? It’s a study designed just for teenagers, but there’s a adult leader version, too. Check this out by clicking here if you have a certain teenager in your home who could benefit from it.
We’re always trying to better understand what it’s like to parent a teenager. So here’s what we’re wondering: What’s the HARDEST thing about parenting your teenager right now?