In this article, David Powlison addresses how the Bible respond to a teenager who feels he is a victim and thus justified in acting out his anger. Powlison argues that public and private ministry must work in concert with this issue in reference to his sin before God. Powlison concludes that when public ministry promises to get crowds into heaven, but personal ministry fumbles the struggles of real individuals amid the exigencies of real life, then all ministry verges on irrelevancy.
Only A Teenager
from the Journal of Biblical Counseling 23:3 | 2005