Christians need to understand that just because they go to church, their children won’t automatically become pro-life, pro-family or pro-liberty. “Only 19% of church-going, born-again Christians have a biblical worldview.”
We need to keep working out our faith to determine whether we have aligned our lives to the gospel of Jesus and not be swayed by false doctrines adopted by the culture.
The Tale of Two Parties: we have a choice between the party of death, restrictions, and thugs, or the party of life, liberty, and the rule of law this November.
Currently, Americans have reached a crossroads over what worldview will dominate our culture: the Judeo-Christian worldview on which our country was founded, or a secular worldview, particularly the Critical Theory worldview, that pits various groups against each other.
Three Lies Your Kids Will Face in an UnChristian World Webinar
The proverbial rug has been pulled out from under our nation—and the world. The pandemic has knocked us off balance. Undeniably, what lies beneath the rug will determine whether one stands or falls. On what foundation have you built your life? Will it endure this crisis?
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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.
The Idea That Faith is Caught and Not Taught is False…and It’s Hurting the Next Generation by Natasha Crain
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com This is the second of a multi-part series. Part 1, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 Last week, I asked whether children raised in Christian families were prepared to deal with the worldview conflict they will encounter in the public schools. I explained that secular worldviews can lead children away … Continue reading How to Help Your Kids Confront Cultural Lies, part 2