The Church today does not expect what it ought to from children and their parents, and this can be attributed in large part to a flawed concept of youth ministry. This need not and should not be so.
"Regress in maturity," writes author Christopher Schlect, "happens in the church when we ignore the mandates in Scripture which implore the young and old to interact with one another. With age comes wisdom—wisdom that must be passed on to young people. Older people must be eager to share it, and younger people must be eager to receive it."
This essay discusses the reasons behind the problem and proposes some biblical solutions.
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