FOMO and Lessons We Learn From Our Youth
On Relentless Truth, John discusses the misuse of the phrase "die daily". Instead, we are to consider ourselves perpetually dead to sin.
▼ Show Notes

In this episode of Relentless Truth, I discuss the challenges of living this life. The implications of the fall, of sin in our world, are all around us all the time. The death of family and friends, medical issues, financial issues, and just the struggles of life can be daunting.

The Fear of Missing Out

The fear of missing out (FOMO) and the fear of making mistakes that have long lasting consequences can be most challenging for all of us…especially our young people. In this episode, I discuss biblical contentment. Contentment is promised and even commanded by Scripture. The formula for accomplishing this involves changing our minds to match priorities that are given to us by God in His Word.

Continue to Parent During the “Adulting” Years

I hope this episode is an encouragement to all of us. It will encourage parents to continue parenting during the “adulting” years of your student’s development. They don’t always express their needs clearly, and they can send confusing signals to us in their God-given desire to begin to exercise independence. However, they need our nurturing and love during these years, and they look to us to model love for them…the love that Christ demonstrates toward each of us.

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“I discuss the challenges of living this life and FOMO.”

John Warren