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Parents and teachers have incredible influence on the next generation. Our Leader Events help parents and church staff better understand the challenges that are facing their students so that they can disciple them with confidence. They will understand the world their teens inhabit every day like fish to water and how to open vital conversations about the big ideas of that teen culture to transform lives.
We live in a world saturated with technology. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, children ages 8 to 18 spend approximately 7 hours and 38 minutes per day with modern technology. Technology itself isn’t bad, but, like everything else, it can be used for evil and destruction. Students need parents and faith leaders to lovingly teach them how to use technology with wisdom. In this session, we will examine the leading technologies that are discipling the next generation. We will see how they have revolutionized the world and o er incredibly practical steps for how to use them with wisdom.
SEX, DRUGS, COLLEGE, and JESUS
Discipleship is a necessary thing in the life of a young person, but who is really discipling them? In Sex, Drugs, College, and Jesus, we will look at how pop culture, media, and society are subversively influencing younger generations toward unbiblical and destructive views of these topics. We will also discuss what Jesus has to say about each of these controversial topics, as well as how to move discipleship away from the control of media and back to the Church and the family.
CULTIVATING LIFELONG FAITH
Axis is committed to helping individuals grow into lifelong faith and relationship with Christ. Our desire and mission is to see students stop renting their faith from their parents and start owning a deep, personal faith for themselves. Many of our own friends left God and the Church when they stepped out from under the Christian “umbrella” and delved into the unsheltered world of college and beyond. We’ll show the intellectual and moral pressures facing the next generation in college. We’ll also o er a practical approach to reaching the next generation through culture translation and family discipleship.