Jewish kids get Bar Mitvahs and Bat Mitvahs. Are Gentiles stuck with "Now-I-Can-Watch-PG-13-Movies" as the only change in their social standing when they become teenagers? The Maasai offer circumcision ceremonies to commemorate the assumption of adult responsibilities. That probably won't work around here, but our young people need the affirmation of the community as they shift from asking childish questions ("What do I get?") to becoming a new generation of leaders ("How might I serve?") Any ideas?