Youth

Cold-Case Christianity for Kids is Finally Available!

After about a year developing the book and related website, Cold-Case Christianity for Kids is finally available at book sellers everywhere! To celebrate the release, I am going to post a review from Natasha Crain, the author of the best-selling book, Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side. Her blog (ChristianMomThoughts.com) …

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Christian Parents, Are You Ready to Navigate the Public School System?

If you’re a parent, I’m sure you’re concerned about your child’s educational training, especially if your kids are enrolled in the public school system. My wife, Susie, and I have certainly explored all the options with our own four children. We’ve homeschooled and enrolled our kids in both public and …

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A Simple Three-Pronged Approach To Youth Curriculum

I spent most of my adult life as an atheist and once I eventually determined Christianity was true, I jumped in with both feet. I volunteered in Children’s Ministry and eventually became a ministry coordinator. It wasn’t long before I was enrolled in Seminary, and within a few years I …

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Stop Teaching Young Christians About Their Faith

In my last post, I summarized the studies and publications that describe the flight of young people from the Church. A compelling cumulative circumstantial case can be made to support the fact that young college aged Christians are walking away from Christianity in record numbers. What can we do about …

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Yet Another Student Survey Confirming the Need for Case Making

It’s been about a month since Larry Taunton of Fixed Point Foundation posted an article for the Atlantic entitled Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a Stronger Christianity. Taunton’s organization has been interviewing members of atheist college groups (the Secular Student Alliance and Freethought Societies). “These college groups are the …

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