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A podcast from CPYU (Center for Parent/Youth Understanding) discussing issues related to the world of youth culture, children, teens and young adults.Co hosted by CPYU President Walt Mueller and Jason Soucinek, CPYU Associate Staff for Sexual Integrity and Executive Director of Project Six19.
 
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Kids inhabit a world filled with Snapchat and Instagram, nonstop access to pornography and a media culture that only perpetuates their continued sexualization. This podcast takes an exciting and unique look at scripture to help parents on the go get equipped to better engage this new world in only a few minutes. Most episodes are usually no longer than 10-15 minutes making it perfect for the drive to and from work or dropping and picking up the kids. Learn to communicate God's grand design f ...
 
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Where have all the good men gone? We’re hearing more and more young women lament the lack of mature Godly men. One says, “The guys I dated were more like the kids I babysat than the dads who drove me home.” Research and observation increasingly point to the fact that it is taking longer and longer for our boys to mature into responsible, Godly ...…
 
A recent headline from the Barna Group reads, “Almost half of practicing Christian millennials say evangelism is wrong.” The Barna group has been conducting research on the faith-sharing experiences and expectations of Christians and non-Christians alike. And it seems that many millennials now believe that it’s wrong to share their faith. Join ...…
 
In the final episode of series 02, Walt and Jason want to leave you with several ideas and thoughts on how best to protect you and your family from the pitfalls of pornography. We understand that no one strategy is perfect for every family. But hopefully you can utilize pieces of information in this episode to set safeguards. One thing – no one ...…
 
If you’re active on social media, you know that not a day goes by without someone posting an article or news story which sparks sometimes heated disagreement and discussion over one of the many issues related to life and sexuality. Discussions center on topics like abortion, euthanasia, gender, and marriage. The reality is that even in the chur ...…
 
The culture is full of many lies when it comes to pornography. But sadly so to is the church. And not because of anything they do on purpose. It’s with good intent but a lack of knowledge or willingness that the church can sometimes communicate something it doesn’t plan or hope to share. This episode of DriveTime is sponsored by Simply Blessed: ...…
 
Pornography used to exist in the dirt and dark shadows of society and culture. While it existed there were commonly held standards and societal safeguards that kept it at the fringes and out of the mainstream. But that has all changed in a relatively short period of time. The culture is now full of stories of how porn doesn’t hurt anyone. This ...…
 
Conversations surrounding pornography can be intimidating and full of fear but they are needed. Acknowledging the awkwardness will help you as you prepare. But making sure the conversation takes place within a grander conversation of God’s design for sex as the sex-maker will be important. This episode of DriveTime is sponsored by Simply Blesse ...…
 
Our youth sports culture is broken. That was the headline for a recent op-ed piece in the Port Huron Michigan Times Herald. Written by a highly-respected high school wrestling coach, the article has gone viral, drawing accolades from educators, coaches, parents, and youth workers. Even though we all live in this sports-worshiping North American ...…
 
In the second series premiere of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller tackle the pitfalls of pornography. As the impact pornography is having in our culture continues to be revealed it is important we understand its influence. Parents need to be equipped to have honest conversations and find ways to best protect the home. The first episode ...…
 
The Scriptures tell us with great clarity that all human beings have been made by God, in the image of God, and for a relationship with God. But the reality of life in our post-fall world has left everything broken, including all human beings. This brokenness touches us all deeply, but in a variety of different ways. This includes the many type ...…
 
Before he ascended into heaven, Jesus issued what is now known as the Great Commission. He commanded his followers in all times and all places to go into the world and make disciples. That task follows our efforts to communicate the good news of the Gospel. Do our youth ministry efforts reflect a commitment to obedience to this command of Chris ...…
 
Four years ago, the band Twenty-One Pilots released a hit song focusing on the pressures of adulthood and a yearning to return back to the relatively easy years of childhood. Title Stressed Out, the song went to number one on the mainstream music charts. But judging from what we’re hearing from researchers, parents, youth workers, educators, an ...…
 
Plato once said that “music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” While you might argue with the particulars of Plato’s words, you have to agree that music has power. And there’s no question that Scripture has influenced music since the first ever song was penned. Poet, author, and r ...…
 
Every now and then, a film comes along that offers a helpful, realistic, and compelling peek into the world of contemporary adolescence. The recent film, Eighth Grade, is a movie follows the last week of middle school before thirteen-year-old Kayla graduates and moves on to high school. It’s a good one that covers all kinds of issues including ...…
 
Over the course of the last few years, youth workers and parents have been increasingly lamenting the exodus of kids from the church once they graduate from high school and launch into the next phase of life. A growing volume of research is offering ideas on why this is happening, and solutions designed to reverse this trend. Why is it that our ...…
 
We live in a marketing saturated world. When we engage with an average of 4,000 to 10,000 marketing messages a day, we become unaware of both the presence of marketing in our lives, and the power of marketing to shape our beliefs and behaviors. And for our vulnerable kids who are in the midst of growth and change, marketing is an especially pow ...…
 
Youth ministry has always needed to adapt and adjust to changes in the mainstream culture. With the advent of the metoo movement and our growing knowledge of the nature and extent of sexual abuse, youth workers must be thinking about how to best engage with students in ways that lead to healthy relationship building. Is it ever proper to give a ...…
 
Thomas Chisholm wrote the classic hymn, Great is Thy Faithfulness, as a testimony to God’s enduring love. The hymn calls to mind the words of the prophet Jeremiah in Lamentations 3: "I remember my affliction and my wandering, the bitterness and the gall. I well remember them and my soul is downcast within me. Yet this I call to mind and therefo ...…
 
It seems that you can’t watch the news or go online these days without encountering stories related to matters of gender and sexual identity. The conversations on these matters are progressing into unmarked territory that can leave parents and youth workers confused, and even paralyzed in terms of how to respond. In recent weeks, a new study ha ...…
 
Summer’s over and a new youth ministry season is here. If you’re a youth worker, your youth group schedule is ramping up and you’ve no doubt been planning. . . or should be planning. . . your teaching and ministry schedule for the coming school year. So let me ask you, have you done your youth ministry planning? What goals, objectives, and prio ...…
 
It’s that time of year when the fall sports season is heating up, everywhere from the pre-school soccer fields to the NFL gridiron. Our sports-obsessed culture will be in full gear as we do everything from playing to spectating. If all of a Christian’s life is to be an act of worship, how can we engage in our playing, sports-parenting, and spec ...…
 
What did you learn about sex and how did you learn about it when you were growing up? Christian parents, with assistance from youth leaders and the church, are given the responsibility to bring up their children in the nurture and instruction of the Lord. This includes talking about God’s order and design for sexuality. And because we live in a ...…
 
Somewhere along the way, many of us came to believe that if you are a follower of Jesus, you are promised a happy and carefree life. But when you read the Scriptures, you see that to follow Jesus means that you are also called to take up your cross. For most of us, it doesn’t take long to figure out that living life in a broken and fallen world ...…
 
I was a twenty-one year-old college student when I first heard the term anorexia nervosa. I scratched my head for a moment, and then asked, “What’s that?” Yes, eating disorders and disordered eating were present in our culture forty years ago. But they were largely unknown and misunderstood. Today, the pressure to be thin and perfect is an ever ...…
 
One of the most controversial and often discussed Netflix series of all time is 13 Reasons Why. When season 2 of the series was released two weeks ago, our curious kids began binge-watching, just like they did last year with the release of season 1. Because of the shows controversial content and concerns about the influence on children and teen ...…
 
With the culture changing at breakneck speed, we need to know the culture so that we can contextualize the unchanging Good news of the Gospel in ways that can be heard by a changing world. As a result, we talk a lot about the need for relevance in our churches and youth ministries. Is it possible that our commitment to relevance can lead us to ...…
 
You can argue that if there is one band that’s been significant and enduring over the last thirty-plus years, it would be Ireland’s U2. Their story, their music, and their message has vaulted them to this place, making them one of the most beloved rock and roll bands of all time. What is it about U2 that makes them so provocative and compelling ...…
 
Marriage - if your under the age of 20 it is possible that you still have another 10 years to wait until this moment occurs. Christians who wish to follow God’s design for sex have to realize that this decision is not always easy...and what we do with this time before is important. Mixtape is brought to you by the fine people at Project Six19. ...…
 
One way our culture has changed is the growing openness to new beliefs and behaviors related to sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender. Because we minister and parent on this changing landscape, we find ourselves engaged in all kinds of conversations with young people who express different beliefs and practices. As Christians work to be fait ...…
 
Research and experience point way too often to the fact that our youth ministries and churches are failing at equipping kids to leave our youth groups with a deep, significant, and lasting faith. Too many kids graduate from high school and into the next phase of life seemingly pushing the pause or stop button on their Christian faith. Consequen ...…
 
Shame is this thing that if you let it fester communicates things about you that are simply not true. Shame in its most potent form communicates ‘I am a mistake’. But this fact refutes the truth found in scripture. You are valued and created with worth far better than any jewel. Yes, we can make a mistake...but we are not the mistake. Mixtape i ...…
 
Pornography. It is having an impact on men and women. However, we rarely hear from women who were exposed to porn. But you should. The fastest growing group of those addicted to pornography are women ages 18-25. This should not only surprise you but make you aware that pornographers will stop at nothing to make an extra dollar and they could ca ...…
 
In this final episode Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller want to give you, the parent, words of encouragement and affirmation. Tackling the subject of sexuality is not an easy task. So recognizing that your voice matters is incredibly important! Take time to listen to these words of affirmation and reflect on the tools already given so that you ca ...…
 
As parents and youth workers, we are eager to see our kids come to faith in Christ, and to grow in maturity in Christ. Research and experience are pointing to the fact that some of the greatest strides kids make in their faith happen in the camp setting. What happens to kids when they go to a Christian camp? How has Christian camping changed ov ...…
 
Social media is this world unto itself. It’s not uncommon to hear stories of those that get caught up in the likes even though the very thing they might be doing is detremental to their health or to the health of someone else involved. Why is this? This tape will explore ways we can choose to honor God with each and every post. Mixtape is broug ...…
 
In the fifth episode of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller look at lies the church can communicate about sex. It's important to note that not every church is guilty of these and many no longer speak in the terms Walt and Jason will share on this episode. However, parents must be aware of each of these because they can have an impact on t ...…
 
Love. There is Hollywood's way of looking at relationship. This includes falling in love and making the focus center on you. Then there is God's way of looking at relationship. God’s way looks entirely different. Instead of focusing on the self you move with an integrity that causes you to operate outside of the self. Thus, you walk in love. Mi ...…
 
In the fourth episode of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller look at lies the culture can communicate about sex. As a parent you have the unique opportunity to help your children navigate the many lies they hear and set them on a path that points to God’s plan as the sex maker. However, this can be difficult if we are not aware or lack th ...…
 
When youth workers ask me about the qualities they should seek to develop in their lives and ministries, there are three that I’m always sure to mention: humility, teachability, and cooperation. Pride kills ministry. Without a determination to learn we get horribly stale. And if we aren’t working with others we forfeit the great benefits of min ...…
 
In the third episode of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller look at how sexual integrity is possible in today's world. Conversations surrounding sex need to be good, true, and most important, point back to Christ. Sometimes though it is easy to think sexual integrity is just not possible. Especially when we look at the world our youth are ...…
 
Sometimes we can forget that we’ve been fearfully and wonderfully made. But that is exactly what scripture proclaims. In the midst of a culture that proclaims do whatever, with whomever, whenever we want, it’s easy to get lost in a title wave of sexual proclamations that do nothing but leave you wanting more. Mixtape is brought to you by the fi ...…
 
For the second episode of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller help parents give a clear definition to sexual integrity. As each passing generation is waiting longer and longer to marry it is becoming more and more difficult to follow God's standard for sex. For almost two thousand years young people only waited one or two years from the t ...…
 
Whenever Valentine’s Day rolls around our culture is prompted to think about romance, love, and sex. It’s no fluke that the latest installment in the Fifty Shades of Gray film series was released just a few days before Valentines Day. As followers of the one who created romance, love, and sex, we need to follow Christ by understanding and exper ...…
 
In the very first episode of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller look at the Biblical foundations for sexual integrity that we can share as parents with our kids. The overarching story of scripture tells us a ton about God's grand design for sex as the sex-maker. Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration all hold important truths about ...…
 
We don’t like to talk about it, but we must. The spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being of our kids hangs in the balance. That’s why we need to be thinking about and strategizing for how to best push back and minister to kids in the midst of the growing epidemic of teen suicide. What are the signs? What are the myths? How can youth worke ...…
 
Over the course of Walt Mueller's years of youth ministry, he's developed some wonderful friendships with a variety of youth ministry peers. Some of the most significant relationships have resulted in sometimes fun, sometimes serious, and always profitable conversation about their personal lives and ministry matters. They don't always agree, bu ...…
 
One of the biggest mistakes we make in youth ministry is assuming that we are the ones primarily responsible for the spiritual nurture of teenagers. A second and related mistake is making the assumption that as youth workers, we can actually do a better job of nurturing kids than their clueless parents. Sure, parents might sometimes be not well ...…
 
Prayer is essential to the Christian life. As followers of Jesus, we must make the same request as one of His early disciples: Lord, teach us to pray. Once we learn how to pray, what should we be praying for? In today's incredibly confusing world, one of our primary prayers subjects must be our children and teens. What would happen if as indivi ...…
 
Where are we to find our identity? Our current and powerful cultural narrative is convincing children, teens, and adults alike that we are to create, maintain, and find our identity in what we look like on social media. Consequently, we pour our time and energy into practices and habits that destroy us. It’s feeding the epidemics of anxiety, de ...…
 
Drug and alcohol abuse is nothing new to youth culture. Sadly, it's been a part of the teenage experience for a long time. While anti-drug efforts have yielded a decline in the use of some drugs, the usage number on way too many drugs are on the rise. And not a day goes by when we don't read another sobering statistic or sad story related to th ...…
 
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