Puentes Collective works to address the spiritual needs of the children of immigrants.
Empowering teens: Youth learn job skills and serve their community through a workforce development program
Richmond’s Church Hill Activities & Tutoring adapts to a changing neighborhood while preparing young people for their next step.
Listening — really listening — is the first step for participants in a program to build relationships between people on university campuses and the congregations near them, writes the program director of The Vinery.
Traditional measurements don’t capture the whole story of young adults and faith. The reality is much more hopeful, say researchers at Springtide Research Institute.
This first generation to come of age in the spiritual-but-not-religious era also is the first generation to deal regularly with mass violence. Could soulful practices help young adults process grief and fear? asks an author.
In this adapted excerpt from his recent book, a writer and divinity school graduate offers suggestions for healthier relationships based on dozens of interviews with men about their fathers.
A priest anticipating her last decade in full-time ministry writes about the intentional choice of a mentor who is a generation younger.