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Four Ways to Give Strength to Our Teens for Their Spiritual Battles

All Christians, including our teens, must fight evil on three fronts. Our sinful nature seeks to overpower us, the world seeks to entice our hearts away from allegiance to Christ, and Satan, along with his cohort, deceive us into disobeying God’s Word. Here are four ways we can give strength to our children and grandchildren that will help them win more of their spiritual battles.

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Toxic Masculinity: Thinking Biblically About This New Term in Our Culture

Toxic Masculinity means many things in our culture. To the degree that toxic masculinity refers to the ways that Adam’s fall into sin has affected men—causing rape, physical abuse, and the selfish use of power, Christians can affirm the use of this term. But it is often used along with an ideology that views differences in male/female roles as a social construct, (a form of patriarchy) that is oppressive. This ideology often identifies Christianity and the Bible’s teaching of complementarity as patriarchal, and repressive. This article shows that at the core of the biblical call to manhood is not TOXIC masculinity but LIFE-GIVING masculinity.

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Insulating Kids Against the Culture’s Gender Confusion

This article helps parents and church leaders shepherd their children through today's gender-confused culture. As our children grow into their teen years they need to realize that one of the highest callings Christ has for today's young adults is to show this broken world what redeemed masculinity and femininity look like.

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