It’s Just a Phase—So Don’t Miss It

Katie Edwards

If you’ve spent any time with teenagers you know that the human you meet in sixth grade is very different from that same human only three years later. And sophomores have very different ways of thinking, managing relationships, social characteristics, and even ministry participation than seniors. So, if the developmental differences are this obvious, why would we teach teenagers all the same way? In this breakout, we’ll talk about the unique phases of development during the teenage years and how each one presents specific opportunities we can leverage to develop an everyday faith.