Free Parent Guide to Cyberbullying

One issue that is prevalent in today’s youth culture is the issue of cyberbullying. There has always been bullies. When I was growing up, there were bullies in our school. The bullies are not new, the means to bullying are new. For instance, on sites such as, you can anonymously ask bullying questions. ManyContinue reading “Free Parent Guide to Cyberbullying”

A Post to Parents and Student Pastors about bullying

15% of teens have personally experienced online harassment in the past 12 months according to a survey done by Covenant Eyes through their free e-book entitled A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying. Cyberbullying can occur on sites such as twitter, facebook, and In fact, has recently been in the news quite frequently for someContinue reading “A Post to Parents and Student Pastors about bullying”

Making the “Stand Out” and the “Sit back” Students a Part of Your Student Ministry

It is easy to make the “stand out” students a huge part of your ministry, because they do just that, they stand out. What about those quiet students who do not stand out in the crowd, but rather quietly attends? Are either more important? No, both are important and both should be a part ofContinue reading “Making the “Stand Out” and the “Sit back” Students a Part of Your Student Ministry”