1. Some people remember that when they were a teen, it was hard to communicate with adults. Some adults think it’s hard to communicate with teens.
2. When people do risky activities, we might wonder what they’re thinking: “their bodies are a temple; they’re flirting with disaster.”
3. Other ways teens flirt with disaster include with their grades, parents, and relationships with the opposite sex.
4. A lot of things compete for teens’ hearts, time and energy.
5. Some people look at adolescence as a transitional time leading to “the good stuff.” It’s easy to get frustrated with this stage.
6. Jesus grew in wisdom. Wisdom is the growth of intelligence and development of knowledge; we attain it through experience and life.
7. We should never look away from wisdom; use it to walk safely through life and let others see it. Prov. 3:21-23
8. We should ask God for wisdom. James 1:5
9. Jesus grew in stature. He learned what His body could do and couldn’t do, as we all do.
10. We want people t