3 Ways YOU can equip
the next generation!
Today’s Teens are facing unprecedented attacks from the enemy.
- They have seen porn
- They have always known social media
- They are more accepting of sexual fluidity
- They are racially diverse and multiracial
- They are independent
- They are aware of a troubled planet
- They are justice-minded
- They are post-Christian
They are open to faith but…
- Skeptical toward authority
- Doubt rather than trust
- Knowledge without wisdom
- Distorted view of reality
- Attempts at spiritual formation without foundation
- Preferential view of truth
FICM has developed 3 new initiatives focused on equipping the next generation to know who they are in Christ.
We are showcasing stories of ordinary people who have experienced extraordinary freedom from the hardest things in life—anxiety, depression and more. Our vision is to inspire a younger, more diverse demographic to explore FICM principles and resources.
- Featuring Host Dan Studt and Co-Host Abby Batson
- Story-format will appeal to people of all ages, young & old alike
- The co-host and producer are both in their late twenties!
- 1st podcast episode will be released in early May
WILL YOU HELP BY SPONSORING 1, 2, 5, OR EVEN 10 PODCAST EPISODES?
- Designed for a 1:1 mentoring model
- Communicates the way young people are comfortable communicating
- Accessible via phone, laptop, and tablet via YouTube Video
- Target participants are Teens & Young Adults (ages 14-25) but useful to all!
FREEDOM IN CHRIST CHILDREN’S BOOK SERIES
- We already have two children’s books written!
- Freedom in Christ principles are the Biblical rational behind each story
- Currently talking to an illustrator about design
- We have another 18 or 20 story ideas in process
Will you help BY DONATING TOWARD THE $15,000 NEEDED TO PUBLISH THESE BOOKS?
You are loved
You can walk free
You can stay free
THANK YOU FOR MAKING A GIFT OF ETERNAL SIGNIFICANCE.
For additional information, or to communicate your intent, contact Judy Fuller, Director of Donor Ministry, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (720) 939-0776.