These students allowed their hearts to be challenged by seemingly familiar concepts and were always looking to grow.
- Unafraid to ask questions
After allowing their hearts to be challenged, these students were unafraid to ask the tough questions, which always had a connection to their personal lives, and seek out answers.
- Willingness to take risks
Once they asked their questions and heard the answers, they found the courage and conviction to be able to take a risk and attempt to put the principles into practice in their lives.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Over my first five years of high school ministry, I've started to notice a trend. The students who seem to grow the most in their faith after graduation and during their college years tended to have the following three qualities: