- Seven Articles to Read
- 3 myths I fell for in university
- 5 pivotal decisions you'll face during your first year of university
- Surviving transition, without transitioning out of your faith
- Let's deconstruct “deconstruction”
- I almost walked away from my faith
- How to handle change
- How to help your child succeed spiritually while in university
- Bonus: A Mentorship Resource
- Mentorship Resource
[Editor’s note: Power to Change – Students has collected our top articles from our Blog on helping students start post-secondary education well. We hope this resource is a helpful guide for browsing and sharing with others.]
These seven articles are worthwhile for students or for someone who cares about students. Whether you’re helping a friend, your child, or a high school student you’re mentoring, your investment in their life matters.
Busting these myths ahead of time can help your student walk out their faith journey in university/college.
Your students are about to enter a season of immense opportunity. How will they make the most of it? Thinking through these decisions now may help.
Dallas, a youth leader, shares insight on how students can survive major life transitions.
Do you know someone facing a “mid-faith crisis”? Help them know that they’re not alone, and encourage them to find answers with others.
This is Sarah’s story of re-framing her faith. Instead of deconstructing, she “renovates.”
Transitions are naturally messy. Whenever change happens, a mix of emotions will inevitably ensue. Help your students navigate these emotions well.
Written from a parent’s perspective, this article has tips for anyone who cares for youth.
Designed to be used during a student’s last year of high school and into the first months of post-secondary. Let these simple (and free!) cards guide your conversations about their life and faith.