It's time to say goodbye for us here at MORF. It has been a pleasure serving you all in your ministries.
ICYMI: Our final issue is here! Check out articles on Planetshakers, ministering to those with special needs, how hospitality reflects the Gospel, Andy Stanley on teaching teens purity, Annie Lobert on how to protect kids from sex trafficking and much more!
Shauna Niequist knows both sides of the family/ministry balance: as a popular author and blogger and as the daughter of Bill Hybels and Lynne Hybels. In this issue, she shares what she learned from her parents, what she does to "savor" life and what inspired her latest book: a devotional!
Need a Bible study lesson? Here's a free lesson from Ed Newton's "My 8" study:
It's scary to think about, but Annie Lobert wants you to be equipped. She knows the world of sex trafficking in the US firsthand. Here's what she wishes her parents and mentors would have known and told her:
Coach Dru Joyce II teaches boys more than basketball. He equips them for winning at life. Here's how:
Lead youth worship? Matt Papa encourages you to plan your worship set with the Good News in mind.
Would your teens describe your interaction with them more like the third degree than amicable discussion?
With this being the last issue and all, we just had to. You understand.
When parents change the way they interact with their teens, even closer relationships are possible.
It's time we examine Paul's letters in light of his past:
Tony Merida shares how even hospitality can be a way to show the love of Christ and tell the Good News
The Planetshakers worship band is drawing a generation back to God. How do they do it?
A must-read for anyone who has students with special needs in their ministry:
Uh oh, time for summer love! Get help in talking to your teens from Andy Stanley in the new issue of MORF.
Ben Trueblood suggests a remedy for one of the great frustrations of youth ministry
She's listed among the greatest missionaries, but who was she?