In cooperation with our friends at the Reformed Presbyterian Witness, we GenRef Gents recently began a column written exclusively for their magazine. As pastors who are seeking to learn about and use the internet for the kingdom of God, we will be addressing this topic in a series of articles. The first article, which explains more about the series, is entitled “The MEDIAtorial Kingdom” and can be accessed by clicking the hyperlink.
Then, while you are over there (if you will permit a dad to brag a bit on one of his youngins), check out the new youth column that will be edited by my daughter Emory and her friend Abby. Seeing the youth so enthusiastic about serving the church is exciting. One slight but important caveat, however. The article has the title a bit wrong. Instead of reading “We Are the Future of the Church!” the intent of the article was instead to emphasize “We Are the Church!” to the youth. Clearly from Scripture we see that instead of the youth waiting until they are adults to consider themselves part of the church, the young people are very much to be the church. As the psalmist says to the Lord Jesus Christ, “Your youth are to You as the dew” (Psalm 110:3).