Greg Stier

Christian Post Guest Columnist

The Power of Potholes in Ministry

Youth ministry has potholes too. For some these potholes are apathetic teenagers who shoot "rolling eyes and heavy sighs" our way when we try to make a spiritual point.

Survival City

Many youth leaders have acquiesced to the seemingly inescapable reality that the average Christian teenager won't make it spiritually through college without trashing their Christianity, so they have settled for survival.

Gracephobia

Gracephobia is alive and well and it demonstrates itself in the adding of human effort as a pre-requisite to genuine conversion.

Read 'Old'

Read Spurgeon, Whitefield and Wesley. Read old sermons and old books from old dudes. Why? Because these guys weren't distracted by Tivo or Facebook or Twitter.

Dangerous Discipleship

Jesus knew that when the disciples were put in a position of danger that they would be forced to either trust in him or run and hide.

The Death of Cheesy Christian Movies

You may think that I'm going to go off on the upcoming To Save a Life movie as one of those Christian movies whose budget, cinematography standards, plot and acting have been, well, left behind. But I'm not.

St. Nick's Tears

Can you hear St. Nick crying? Before we transformed him into Santa he was a real man of flesh and blood.

Of God and Odds

There are 67,342 high schools and middle schools in America. We only have 24 staff members at Dare 2 Share. Those odds are 2,800 to one.

Pushy Youth Pastors

How dare youth leaders be like a good teacher who stands, delivers the truth and demands that their kids advance, grow, engage and, well, learn.