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OMG–Should Christians Use It?

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We see it all over the internet. “OMG! So cute!” “OMG! I cannot wait!” “OMG! Seriously?!” We picture 13-year-old girls texting friends, pink polished nails, skinny jeans, messy top knots. We think “total millennial!” We roll our eyes and laugh and talk in that annoying voice where everything ends in a question, “OMG?! Like totally?!” We...

How to Think About the Future

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“The wind is moving, but I am standing still A life of pages waiting to be filled” These words to Michael W. Smith’s 1990 hit song “Place in This World” speak directly to how I feel when I ponder my future. I’ve been a teenager for several years, and it has been a time of searching and questioning. I’ve asked questions about God’s existence, the meaning of Jesus’ sacrifice, and what...

Where Do You Picture Yourself in 10 Years?

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Where do you picture yourself ten years from now? Your answer may vary widely — from jobs you might enjoy to places you’d love to live. But as teens, our future seems especially uncertain. For example, I’m 14, so when I’m 24, I’ll probably have finished college, gotten a full-time job, and have a girlfriend (if I’m not married already). Here’s the thing:...

rebelling against low expectations

The Rebelution is a teenage rebellion against low expectations—a worldwide campaign to reject apathy, embrace responsibility, and do hard things. Learn More →

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