Great post at the College Transition Initiative blog, gleaning wisdom from William Wilberforce’s book Real Christianity. Here are their four points (modified and generalized, and with my own commentary):
1. They succumb to temptations they haven’t faced before.
The draw of the party lifestyle is stronger when one is away from home and experiencing more freedom–and more loneliness–than ever before.
2. They never learned how to think.
Discernment is crucial. They need to learn how to apply the faith in various circumstances. If the Christianity of a young adult is superficial, there’s a good chance its on its Continue Reading…