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Lauren Sharstein Reflects on the Forum for Theological Exploration

The church should be a place where people are profoundly accepted and profoundly challenged, according to Lauren Sharstein. We are called to live as servants, she says, and if we don’t redefine what success is, we will lose a lot of people who had the potential to do a lot of good in the world. As a Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE) Fellow, she has found a community that shares her passions and concerns. This 1:13 minute statement of personal faith is a powerful witness to the passion of youth and the power of God to move the hearts of the next generation. It would be an excellent sermon illustration or starting point for a ministry team conversation about youth and young adult ministries.




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