Encourage Others.

We all need encouragement because we’re all going through stuff! All of us have challenges, especially now (#COVID19) – Jesus said that in this world we will have trouble, but take heart because He has overcome the world! (Read John 16:33 –

I want to encourage you with that today – that Jesus has conquered everything at Calvary and with His Resurrection! Now start there and encourage someone else today. Tell someone that Jesus loves them! Tell someone that you care about them!

1 Thessalonians 5:11(
“Therefore encourage one anotherand build each other up,just as in fact you are doing.”


Prayer Support.

This is a wonderful way to support and show your love and concern for those around you! It is also helpful to know exactly how to pray for someone – the specifics or direction of prayer. Prayer is powerful because God holds all the power! There are also really lovely Christians out there who will ask you how they can be praying for you too!

Ephesians 6:18 ( says:
“And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the LORD’s people.”

Who are you going to pray for today?


#Faithworks during lockdown.

The Great Commission is not on pause! (Matthew 28:18-20
Technology is definitely one of the biggest things being used right now to “gather” for church, youth, and to share sermons. We are even doing IGTV for Wordspace.

We need to use the resources and platforms available to us to spread the gospel and the love of our Father God!

– send your loved ones’ voice notes of you praying for them or sharing a scripture
– send invites to online church/prayer/youth meetings
– share scriptures/messages on social media
– tag friends in encouraging Christian posts

What other ways can you minister using technology?


Imitating Christ

Sometimes being a Christian teen will be hard. Friends will make fun of your faith and tell you that you are believing in fairytales. Some will try to get you to do what you know you shouldn’t.

Peer pressure is real.
And hard.

But the Lord has said He would not give us more than we can handle because He has given us a way out. And that way out is Christ.

By imitating Him.
So, what does imitating Christ look like in a situation like this?
By faith – doing what you know is right, even if it is hard.

Ephesians 5:1-7 (