Here’s how you can be praying for the ministry of the Urban Hope Training Center in Philadelphia. Pray for young/new believers to grow in their knowledge of God’s love and His will. Pray that the church family will long for more of God and His Word, and that they would be diligent in getting toContinue reading →
CE National is pleased to announce that Louie Giglio will be one of the main session speakers at Momentum Youth Conference 2018. “What a privilege it is to have Louie with Momentum this coming summer! He is passionate about worship and challenging young adults to be sold out to Jesus,” says Ed Lewis, president ofContinue reading →
Pastors Knute Larson, Jim Brown, and Jeff Bogue talk about preparing for the future of your church. Read, watch, and download… Sometimes pastors yawn when others start talking about the future. “I go a day at a time,” one pastor said to me. “Do not make me think five years from now.” Some consider visionContinue reading →
InWord Resources has put together a collection of tools for youth leaders to help students reflectively engage the Bible and increase personal appreciation of the Christmas season. Use these resources as you move through the Christmas season as your programming will allow: small-group setting, devotional moment, social media sharing, etc.
Momentum Youth Conference and CE National are sad to hear of the passing of Randall Zerwas, son of Gulfview Grace Brethren Church youth leader, Dustin Zerwas from Port Richey, Florida. Few people show the kind of spiritual maturity that young Randall Zerwas displayed. While facing a difficult bout with cancer, Randall was one who wasContinue reading →
Does biblical creation make sense today? Scripture and science both say “Yes!” The recent supernatural creation viewpoint is a refreshing alternative to natural science alone. In this Power Track Don DeYoung, chairman of the department of physical science at Grace College and Nate Bosch, associate professor, environmental science at Grace College, will provide five reasonsContinue reading →