| Young people have
their problems. The process of maturing is often fraught with hazards that
those who are adults may have forgotten. Some older people do not realize
how they contribute to making problems for young people.
Of all places that ought not be a source of problems for the young is the home. But the home can produce more problems than anywhere else. Instead of a haven and place of spiritual guidance and physical provision some parents make the home a house of hostility, divorce, selfishness and neglect. Where there ought be love there is unbearable suppression.
Just giving a child his physical needs is not sufficient. Without training in God's way, a good example and a Biblical concept of life the result is a frustrated, confused, hapless and misdirected child.