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Letters are received every day from ordinary people who are making an extraordinary decision for God and for themselves. One day my friend (who's not a virgin either) suggested sex. I knew I wasn't ready, but my girlfriend ended up talking me into it.
Thousands of young people have taken The Sexual Purity Challenge, as we did last month.a story I have needed to share with someone for a very long time and I am asking you to please listen to my story. Two weeks after we began going out we were in bed together.
First I tried to slit my wrists, but the sight of my own blood made me chicken out. I have already asked for forgiveness and taken The Sexual Purity Challenge. I pray all the time and have quit some of my very sinful habits thanks to your book. This is also a fund-raising opportunity for us that we think could be a successful addition to your church or ministry spiritual arsenal.
I ended up with a bad stomachache and nothing more. I'm glad I've finally had the chance to get that out. Lately, I have been doing much better and feel myself growing closer to Christ. A Bible reading checklist in "Excel" that keeps track of your progress with all kinds of cool graphs and tracking features along with stats on words, verses, encouraging facts, etc.
I look at teen dating as a waste of time, personally. After my boyfriend found out he asked me back but I said no. Nearly six in ten (59%) young people who grow up in Christian churches end up walking away, and the unchurched segment among Millennials has increased in the last decade from 44% to 52%, mirroring a larger cultural trend away from churchgoing in America.When asked what has helped their faith grow, “church” does not make even the top 10 factors.
Young Americans are attempting to learn faithfulness in a rapidly changing post-Christian culture where they are rethinking the institutions—like church—that arbitrate life. If you are a student pastor or a leader in a youth group, you probably have been faced with this concept and question in your mind at some point.