Steve Argue

Steve Argue, PhD [Michigan State University] is the Associate Professor of Youth, Family, and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary and the Applied Research Strategist at the Fuller Youth Institute [FYI]. He is also co-leading research projects on ministry innovation and spiritual formation for adolescents and emerging adults. He is also a board member for the Association of Youth Ministry Educators [AYME]. Steve served as a pastor and Theologian-In-Residence at Mars Hill Bible Church in Grand Rapids, MI. He researches, speaks, and writes on topics surrounding adolescence, emerging adulthood, spiritual development, and spiritual struggle. Recently, he has co-authored two books: Growing With: Every Parent’s Guide to Helping Teenagers and Young Adults Thrive in Their Faith, Family, and Future [Baker Pub.]; and 18 Plus: Parenting Your Emerging Adults [Orange]. You will find Steve training for marathons, tweeting #RunningThoughts, and eating vegetarian in Southern California.

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Steve Argue tells parents how they can help their kids transition in life. Parents can help their kids navigate their way forward by asking key questions and staying involved. View Show Notes →
Steve Argue notes that most young adults are embracing a theology that tells them "God wants me to be happy." Argue shows parents the different stages in the young adult journey. View Show Notes →
Dr. Steve Argue empowers parents with three new strategies to help their young people have better connections with their family, faith, and world. View Show Notes →