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www.therebelution.com

 DO HARD THINGS…

Oh I know, it is almost absurd. In fact it is a movement, of absurdity. Two teen boys offered up a challenge and years later look how they have been blessed. By that I mean- a blessing to others.

The official definition of the ‘rebelution’ is “a teenage rebellion against low expectations.” When you look around today, our culture does not expect much of us young people. We are not only expected to do very little that is wise or good, but we’re expected to do the opposite. Our media-saturated youth culture is constantly reinforcing lower and lower standards and expectations.

In 1 Timothy 4:12, the Apostle Paul tells Timothy, “Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.” In other words, as young people we are called to be exemplary in all areas of life. Our generation is falling incredibly short of that calling. Instead of serving as the launching pad of life, the teen years are seen as a vacation from responsibility. We call it the “myth of adolescence.” And the Rebelution is all about busting that myth.

If you are still motivated after this exhausting effort here is the associated blog:  http://www.therebelution.com/blog/

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