Being a Christian adult and being a Christian teenager are two different things. Being a teenager is difficult as it is, but try adding your walk with the Lord and bunch of other teenagers that are meaner than snakes. For a teenager usually, it’s about striving for others’ approval, and being a Christian while doing that is a little difficult. In our generation, if you’re Christian and you follow God, you’re automatically- Stuck up, prude, arrogant, snobbish. People see you as someone to avoid as opposed to someone to be around. And this often happens with adults too. But for adults, you sometimes have options to get away from those kinds of people. Being a teenager- it’s not that easy. Take public school for example. You have to spend around seven hours around those who may persecute you. And in school, they have ample opportunity to criticize teenage Christians. With today’s technology and advanced ways of communication, it’s next to nothing to have access to any person. After a while, you might not even realize they’re a Christian. Why? Because as soon as they open their mouth’s to speak about God they’re shot down. Our generation is always quick to give chances to somebody different. Except for Christians. Double standard? Yeah. The society is against everything Christians are about. And teenagers around surrounded by society a lot more than you think. Social media, school, clubs, etc. So if society will give transgender bathrooms, queers, and Muslims a chance- Why not Christians?