You share a fallen nature with your teenager; you must not stand self-righteously above them.

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Written by Paul David Tripp

Let’s face it – parenting teenagers is a difficult responsibility. We don’t have to deny the reality that as a person passes from childhood into adulthood, the transition can be tumultuous. However, we should be shocked and saddened by the cultural cynicism toward our teens; they’re portrayed as hormonal creatures that need to be controlled and restrained. This view is wholly unbiblical.

So what is a biblical view? In this Article, I want to suggest four verbs that can set the agenda for parents who want to model Christ with their teenagers. (more…)