My teenage son was in Bible fellowship following the early service. A visiting youth pastor taught this morning. He started off his lesson by quoting from Steven Furticks' book, "Greater." That set off alarm bells in my son, who does not like Furtick (he gets it honest as I do not either.) He basically picked a subject, Teen Leaders, and found scripture to take out of context to prove his lesson. This pastor graduated from Piedmont Bible College, now Piedmont International University. He went to Matthew 17 and used scripture of Jesus talking to Peter about the temple tax. He said the reason Jesus and Peter had to pay the tax was that the rest of the disciples were teens, making them children, and Peter and Jesus were not. He totally missed what Jesus was teaching about the king's children not being obligated to pay the tax, thus Jesus and his disciples weren't obligated, but so as not to offend, they would pay it. He then said that all teens were supposed to be leaders because most of the disciples were teens when Jesus called them to service. I was flaggergasted by this. The good news for my son is that I taught him to search out lessons for himself, but he didn't even need to with this one it was so blatantly wrong. Our youth pastor was in there, but did not correct him at that time, but I would hope did later. What would you do in this case if it happened in your church?