Vertical Thought: October - December 2004

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In This Issue

  • by Nathan Albright
Young people can sometimes feel that they don't belong in their local congregation and that there is no place for them. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell in what ways they can help and be of service. Here are some tips on how to get involved.
  • by Barry Kenavan
Many young people today suffer from boredom. But you don't have to be one of them. Instead, become passionate. Here's how.
  • by Jonathan Roybal
Most people call this the 2004 Youth Corps trip to Ghana. To me, it seemed appropriate to name it after the leader of this service project, Melvin Rhodes. Here's the ride.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Ever thought about how Christmas was celebrated long ago and where today's customs came from? It's an important story you need to know.
  • by Mike Bennett
We all face times when a friend is hard to find. What can we do to remedy this difficult situation?
  • by Randy Stiver
There is a very real battle going on inside your head. You have the power to determine who will win. Don't lose this crucial confrontation.
  • by Ken Treybig
Why do witches, goblins, jack-o'-lanterns, cobwebs, graveyards and symbols of the occult surround this holiday? You need to know the real story.
  • by Tom Clark
Do you know for sure whether there really is an evil spirit named Satan? What about his minions called demons? How does all of this affect young people?
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