Junior High leader Johnathon Yonke challenges us to be merciful when when others wrong you or are hurtful to you. When it’s your gut response to react with anger and demand justice, choose love and live out God’s mercy to them.
The Kingdom of God is anyplace God reigns as King and the ways of the King are respected and obeyed! La Casa’s Associate Director of Youth Ministries, Suzan Scudder, reveals God’s Kingdom from scriptural references and life experiences.
Our world does enough damage with unrealistic standards of perfection placed upon us. Teens these days feel the pressure to be perfect especially in the areas of academics, athletics, various performing arts, and their physical appearance. In Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, he says, “Be perfect, therefore as your heavenly Father is perfect” (Matthew 5:48). […]
The word “perfect” in Greek is “teleios” which means “to be complete.” Pastor Matt explores how the Scriptures use this “perfect” word and how we can fully understand what Jesus is inviting us into. His discovery is that our lives our “complete” with God, and it’s only a life with God that we can possibly […]
The greatest commandments are to “Love the LORD your God with ALL of your heart, and ALL of your soul, and ALL of your mind, and ALL of your strength.” And to “Love your neighbor as yourself.” One of La Casa’s most dedicated youth experts describes how and why we should be loving to others.