I hated math all through school. I remember pounding through assignments day after day. Being a perfectionist, I always had to first do the problems, and then go back and check them again. I wasn’t bad at math, I just didn’t like it. To all of you who for whatever reason are looking for a reason NOT to do the math, Continue reading
I was not the perfect example of stewardship during my college years, but I have learned quite a bit through others. Here are some thoughts to help you through the college years without having to donate blood for money, or eating only Ramen Noodles.
There are many reasons that adolescents mature at different rates. Some of these are within their control, while others are not. The struggles of emerging adults are often interpreted as a lack of initiative or reluctance to grow up. Continue reading
Jeffrey Arnett argues that due to a slower rate of maturation among adolescents, a new phase of life has developed called emerging adulthood that is neither adolescence nor adulthood Continue reading
What does it mean to be a man? Does puberty make a man? Does drinking beer make a man? Does having sex make a man? In today’s world there are many confusing voices about what being a man is really about. Continue reading
Jeffrey Arnett lists the characteristics of emerging adulthood as: identity exploration (ideology, work, and love), instability, self-focus, feeling in-between adult and adolescent, and endless possibilities Continue reading