Youth

At the Warwick Center, spiritual transformation doesn’t happen all at once.

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A Michigan church partnered with area public high schools to empower students in the fight against injustice. Along the way, they also learned a bit about what it means to be a family. 

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Through the Children and Worship program, one boy in Japan led his mother to faith—and now she’s doing her part to spread the gospel.

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God is working in the hearts of more students than ever before through Campus Ministry at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan.

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The Synod of the Heartland pilots a new Children and Family Ministry Leadership Collaborative. The collaborative equips children’s directors to lead effectively.

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This year, HIS Work Camp came with extra challenges. But those challenges showed students and staff that God works beyond what they can imagine.

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Students on this summer’s Project Timothy trips did more than travel overseas for a week of service projects—instead, they learned how to lead.

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Tylor LongWing was dealing with depression and anxiety when she first entered Springs Community Church in 2013. She went to her first worship service because she was having a bad day and wanted to be with her best friend—and that night she gave her life to Jesus.

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Lots of fun things to do draws more than 300 young people to an annual retreat in Wisconsin. The youth pastors who plan and lead the retreat make sure there’s plenty of time to go deeper with God too. The result? A faith-building experience that kids can’t wait to get back to.

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For the first 18 years of my life, almost every church event I went to was attended by me and people my own age, many of whom had gone through similar experiences to my own. We were teenagers looking for our place in this world. High school ended and that place had become foggy and unclear.