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Three Tips to Help Your Teen After A Summer Conference

It’s almost time for school… the hot summer days are coming to an end. That also means the end of the conference season for youth ministers and youth ministry programs across the country. From Steubenville Conferences to the Life Teen Leadership Conference, these summer experiences provide a great time for your teens to dig into their faith,

If your son or daughter attended one of these conferences it may have been a time of renewal or perhaps a starting point. Either way, what is learned and experienced at these conferences can be vitally important to the spiritual growth of your teenager. Equally important though is what happens when the conferences are over and the emotion and excitement of the experience have worn off.

The great aspects of these conferences, the excellent speakers, phenomenal worship leaders, and the hundreds to thousands of peers joining in the prayer and worship can also be…

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About the Author

Jeremy Remiger

I am a cradle St. Louisan and a cradle Catholic. I have been married to my wife April Ann for 12 years and am a father to two wonderful children Aidan and Nora. I recently completed certification in Youth Ministry Studies through the Center for Ministry Development. I am in my 5th year as the Campus Minister at St. John Vianney High School, an all-boys Catholic Marianist school in the suburbs of St. Louis. I was a Core Team Member at my local parish and former part-time music and youth minister. I love being Catholic and passing on the faith to the young church. You can find me on Twitter at @JPatrickRemiger