Latest from Generation Now


    • Hi, friend! For some time, I’ve been eagerly awaiting an opportunity to share one of my all-time dearest friends with you. I’m excited to introduce to you The Grace Exchange’s guest blogger, Rachael French! She’s a dandy, and the WDBA is so very blessed to have her onboard as Associational Youth Director. Great opportunities for

    • This blogspot was launched in January of 2015, and since its inception, I have never re-published a post … until now. “A Mountaintop of Fun for Your Teenaged Child” came out last May. It encouraged parents to consider the spiritual value of a Christian camp experience for their teenaged students. I am re-posting this piece

    • Embedded in this post is a video from a community girls’ Bible study. Lydia Shoemaker is leading a study called Becoming A Woman of Excellence by Cynthia Herald. For almost two years, a group of high school girls has been meeting weekly for prayer, encouragement, and Bible study, and I have been abundantly blessed to

    • “School’s out, and I’m bored!” For real? Is this really going to be another one of those summers? Are you already tiring from the “there’s-nothing-to-do” attitude of your teenaged child? Well … if so, let me introduce you to FORT BLUFF CAMP! Not all seventy-four days of summer break will be amazingly enthralling for your

    • Last night was super-exciting! I live everyday of my life in awe of God’s goodness. I’ll never understand His pursuit of me, nor will I ever be able to explain why He chose me for His “team.” Can you relate to this? Have you ever been completely overwhelmed by the awareness that God chose you

    • Excuse the exaggeration . . .  but, we live in a generation of quitters. More accurately, we can say that there seems to be a prevalent tendency to quit what we start. We see folks all the time, start a new project with great passion, and then . . .  where’d they go?! We hear