Five Questions That Christian Youth Ask

Answering questions Christian teens ask.

How to Help Your Kids Confront Cultural Lies, part 5

Book Review: Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies concentrates on how to train children to discern truth from falsehood and how to confront ideas they meet in our culture.

How to Help Your Kids Confront Cultural Lies, part 4

Teaching your children how to defend the gospel is as important as instructing them in the faith. Not only for when they are confronted by others, but also to defend it to themselves when doubts creep into their minds.

The Idea That Faith is Caught and Not Taught is False…and It’s Hurting the Next Generation

The Idea That Faith is Caught and Not Taught is False…and It’s Hurting the Next Generation by Natasha Crain

How to Help Your Kids Confront Cultural Lies, part 1

Are your children genuinely prepared to deal with everything that happens behind the school doors? Christian parents must equip their children with a biblical worldview.

Book Review: The Beauty of Intolerance

The purpose of this book: "...we believe it is possible to love and accept people with whom we significantly disagree. This is the path Jesus took. And it is the one we are called to today—even if such an approach is increasingly considered intolerant.

Book Review: Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side

To help parents prepare their children to thrive in a culture that is hostile towards Christianity, Natasha Crain wrote Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side: 40. conversations to help them build a lasting faith. This book works as a an excellent introduction to apologetics and as a guide how to raise children to know why they believe what they believe.

Dusty Pages or Divine Word? Part 5

Transformed Lives: God’s word has changed the lives of millions throughout the centuries.

Dusty Pages or Divine Word? Part 4

Many archaeological discoveries have corroborated biblical people, places, events, and customs.

What Is the Meaning of Easter?

Each spring at community parks or on church grounds, many American families gather to watch children search for plastic eggs. Parents often fill baskets with chocolate bunnies and jelly beans to greet their children on Easter morning. Church worship services overflow when half of the American population attends on Easter, often doubling regular attendance. Many … Continue reading What Is the Meaning of Easter?