Tag Archives: children’s ministry

Why We Ought Not Treat Kids… Like Kids

I started attending church in the second grade. I spent most of my childhood and teen years in youth ministry. I went to a few different churches during that time and saw different variations in youth ministry. As I got older, I also began volunteering on the junior high and …

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How Can We Instill a Faith that Endures?

My colleague at Biola University, Robert Marriot, recently wrote a book entitled, A Recipe For Disaster: Four Ways Parents and Churches Prepare Individuals to Lose Their Faith And How They Can Instill a Faith That Endures. Given that this topic is near and dear to my heart, I asked him …

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What Do You Tell Young Believers When They Ask Difficult Questions? (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Chris Brooks on Equipped Radio. What do you say when your children ask the big questions about God and the Bible? If you flounder for solid answers, it’s time to develop intellectually satisfying and spiritually sound foundation for their faith. You …

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Three Things You Can Do to Help Your Kids Defend the Truth

The statistics are alarmingly clear: Young Christians are leaving the Church in increasing numbers and when polled, most cite some form of intellectual skepticism as the chief cause of their departure. If you’re a parent, listen to the words offered by young ex-believers (excerpted from recent studies): “It didn’t make …

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Why Christians Need to Be Ready to Answer Their Kid’s Questions (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Brittany Valadez about the importance of being able to answer your kid’s questions. Are you ready, as a parent, to tell your kids why you believe in Jesus? Can you make the case for Christianity? Be sure to follow Brittany’s YouTube channel to see …

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Why Thanksgiving Will Always Be A Uniquely Christian Holiday (Podcast)

In this new audio podcast, J. Warner discusses the nature of “giving thanks” and the holiday we call Thanksgiving. Is it possible to celebrate a secular, atheistic “Thanksgiving”? Is it possible to thank the impersonal forces of physics that govern the universe? J. Warner explores several ways atheists have tried …

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