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Our teenagers may be talking the talk, but are they walking the walk? Often an enormous gap exists between the Christian values many teenagers claim to have and their actions. Take a moment to ponder these sobering statistics:
*Six out of ten Christian teens say there is no such thing as absolute truth.
*One out of ten deny the notion that acting in disobedience to God's laws brings about negative consequences.
*One-half believe the main purpose of life is enjoyment and personal fulfillment.
*Almost half contend that sometimes lying is necessary.
What's wrong with this picture?
Today's teenagers face more choices than any teenagers before them have. They are asked to interpret, evaluate, and make moral decisions within a culture that ignores morality and changes rapidly. The choices your teenagers make today have eternal consequences. Can their faith keep up?
How can we help? We can begin by taking them on a journey-a journey toward stronger, more Christlike character. As teenagers learn to interpret and evaluate their decisions in light of their relationships with God, they will discover the importance of living out their faith in everything they do.