Thursday, September 25, 2008


I was just wondering if any of the 2 or so people reading this had any ideas on what we should write about? We have multiple authors, so we'll try to cover all of your ideas.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Youth Of Eternity - The reason behind the name.

Youth Of Eternity: Youth that have live with eternity in mind. Because we are Christians, we know that we will go to live with God in Eternal Glory when we die, and therefore are afraid of nothing on this earth. If we bow down to peer pressure and the ideals of the world and culture, then we are admitting that there is a force that impacts us more so than God Himself, which is not true.

There ya have it!

(We will start posting regularly soon, we're still organizing this blog)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The Myth Of Adolescence

When Alex and Brett Harris started a blog 3 years ago with a post titled The Myth Of Adolescence, they had no idea what they were getting into. They merely wanted a personal blog where they could throw around some ideas and debate some biblical realities. However, this three-part post gained the attention of thousands of Christians around the world, and has inspired the Harris boys to write a book. From this book, two national conferences have been held, with thousands of people attending each stop. They have been interviewed on national television, and by countless smaller organizations. What was in this post that gave it the power to change the world? Truth. And that truth is this: The Christian youth of this day and age live in a way that is in stark contrast to what the Bible teaches. It is an obvious fact that no one seems to realize. The so called “Christians” of this world seem more intent on conforming to the culture, than living against it, as Christians are called to do. We are called to live lives that blatantly declare to the outside world “I am a Christian!” Why are we teenagers so obsessed with looking “cool?!” Does it say in the Bible “Be thou cool?!?!” NO! It says “whether you eat or you drink, do it all to the glory of God.” (1 Cor 10:31). If we give into peer pressure, and try to conform to the desires of those around us that are not Christians, then we are outwardly admitting that there is something on this earth that affects us more than the Lord God Almighty. If we are more afraid of what others will think of us, than what God thinks of us, we are admitting that we do not serve God with all of our heart and soul and mind. This message is not only for teenagers, it is for everyone. Teenagers simply demonstrate this lack of passion for the Word Of God more blatantly than most adults. It is time that we Christians revolted against the culture, instead of trying to become more like it! It is time for us to get on our feet and refuse to bow down to the wills and whims of those around us, and to show the world that JESUS IS MY LORD!