Josh Jelden not enough Tebow/more Tebow
Bethany Spilde @ Josh - more examples like Tebow...courageous in their faith. :)
Jeanean Mitchell Managing their wanting to grow up with appropriateness of doing so...wanting to experience everything however needing to do so in a timely manner. I would say the challenge is for the parents, for us as parents to be open for communication to cover those aspects that are uncomfortable unafraid. Kids keep you on your toes. It is important to listen even to those things that make you wanna scream and run from the room!
John-Wayne Brummer Obesity
Warren Wandling Childhood Obesity- Solution - habit change with the 90 day Challenge
Chris Milner face-to-face communication. If all you do is text, how will you ever learn to talk to an actual human being
Chris Milner Not sure what the solution is, sorry... but the proliferation of texting is concerning. Especially when you see a group of people out at a restaurant and they are all texting...
Tomas Hernandez Better leaders. That is why I started a foundation for youth.
Tomas Hernandez On reason at least
Angela Plutschak Nelson problem - born with sinful hearts. Solution - Jesus Christ.
Mike Vicious prob: TV, solution: turn off TV (or don't turn it on, especially first thing in the morning!)
Bruna Iacuzzi Parents giving the kids no freedom..children are going to do what they can't even more, and in their own ways..
Melissa Vander Velde People counting them off and believing they are just to far gone to be helped. People taking time to invest in life not just count them as another teen.
Ryan Scofield Being fully present in their (our) daily interactions. A sense of contextual appropriateness.
Bo Govea Distractions. This generation has way too many devices distracting their minds. We only had the TV to deal with when we were younger.
Doug Shada Absent dads, both emotionally and physically in their lives. More and more men need to accept the God given responsibility of fatherhood and not leave it to schools, church or other social organizations....
Bruce Carson A father is the catalyst to bring out the true potential in his sons/daughters. I have discovered that even without children I can father many. God wants to be revealed in all his people and he is Father of all. We can all do this male/female. This is our future now.
Tom Rodgers Today's youth need to be challenged to do "hard things" and act on those challenges with passion.