Founded and pastored by a Tacoma teenager, The Robloxian Christians is a real -- albeit virtual -- church where young people gather to worship, pray and connect. And it has important lessons for those who lead traditional churches and church-related institutions. Like many teenagers, Daniel Herron, 16, of Tacoma, Washington, has a busy life. Known as The Robloxian Christians , or TRC, this nontraditional congregation has important lessons for those who lead traditional churches and church institutions, theologians and youth ministers say. Not the least of which is simply the fact that a young person created it. Entirely on his own, asking no one for permission, Herron established a virtual church where young people connect in very real ways.
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With tight, crisp writing and straight to the point illustrations, Daniel Darling encourages teens to make their faith real in his book Teen People of the Bible. It's the kind of book parents and grandparents love to give, and to their amazement, it will be one that kids read. With creativity and a clear understanding of a teen's heart and life, he shares biblical truths in this daily devotional that will set a young person on God's path day by day. His passion for God's truth and his knowledge of the struggles and temptations young men and women face is heard on page after page as he dispenses life-saving, and life-changing, help. Every teen will benefit from this powerful book, and every parent will want to give this volume to the young adults in their life!
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