Tag Archives: Christian parenting

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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How the Church Can Turn Teaching Into Training (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #33)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Podcast, J. Warner Wallace plays a video recorded at Green Bay Community Church in which he describes the difference between teaching and training. J. Warner provides a simple T.R.A.I.N. acronym to illustrate the nature of training using media to support each point. Here …

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Why We Need to Stop Teaching (and Start Training) Young Christians – Part 2 (Video)

J. Warner Wallace (author of Cold-Case Christianity) speaks to Green Bay Community Church about the important difference between teaching and training. How can a shift in our thinking help young Christians learn how to defend their faith? In this video, J. Warner finishes his description of five key characteristics of …

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Why We Need to Stop Teaching (and Start Training) Young Christians – Part 1 (Video)

J. Warner Wallace (author of Cold-Case Christianity) speaks to Green Bay Community Church about the important difference between teaching and training. How can a shift in our thinking help young Christians learn how to defend their faith? In this video, J. Warner begins to describe five key characteristics of training. …

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How Can We Address the Flight of Young People from the Church? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #25)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner describes a strategy to address the departure of young people from the Church. The statistics related to college aged Christians is discouraging. J. Warner offers a solution as he describes how to change teaching into training. (For more information, visit …

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