WF Lifestyle Quote

 "You did not make the iPhone. When the iPhone was being dreamed up, you were in kindergarten. You use the iPhone. And when you post a picture of your vacation, it doesn’t make you a genius, it makes Steve Jobs a genius. Steve Jobs is dead. And he died when he was your parent’s age. You’re alive. He can’t create something new, but you can. The ball is in your court. --Donald Miller    

Youth Ministry's Family Blind Spot

"Churches can no longer assume that students already recognize the value of the family, or that they know how to serve one another even in very basic ways. Alongside our efforts to inspire young people to do 'big things' for Christ, we need to teach them to uphold 'boring' things like the vital gift of hospitality. If it's not taught in their own homes, how are they going to learn about possibly the best way to interact with the lost and with fellow believers?"

WF Lifestyle Quote

"I would like to think that when I pronounce the benediction at the end of our services, I am sending dangerous people back into their natural habitats to wreak havoc on the enemy." --Mark Batterson, Neue Quarterly, Issue 01

More Wild Frontier thinking...

8-Year Old Chef Taking Pastry World by Storm

"Taylor just turned 8 years old and she’s already a celebrated chef. She won the KISS Country Midtown Miami Cornbread Competition, beating other trained chefs in the area.  Before she knew it, orders started pouring in."

WF Lifestyle Quote

"Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage.  Truth and courage aren't always comfortable, but they're never weakness."  ---Brene Brown, Daring Greatly:  How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Love, Love, Parent, and Lead

More WF Lifestyle Thinking…

Someone Noticed

"Caine’s story is a fascinating phenomenon.  He’s not the only kid around who has to hang out at a parent’s workplace. He’s not the only kid around with creativity and imagination. So what is it about Caine that captures our attention?  Someone noticed. One adult paid attention to Caine and thought his story was worth telling."