No matter what trials the Church has faced in history, the fire of the Gospel has continued. Valerie Bell, Matt Markins, and Mike Handler declare that the Church is meant to carry the fire to the next generation.
What do we want the future of the Church to look like? Valerie Bell, Matt Markins, and Mike Handler call on the Church to raise up children who love Jesus for the rest of their lives.
How can we prepare our kids to stand strong and not be blown away by the culture? AWANA leaders Valerie Bell, Matt Markins, and Mike Handler call for the raising up of the greatest generation of disciples.
Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace remind us that many of our youth today navigate the world through their feelings. They suggest some practical ways parents can interact with their kids around cultural issues using a biblical worldview.
Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace tell us about the unique ways Gen Z differs from their parents. They encourage moms and dads to work at connecting with their kids and answering the questions they have about life and God.
Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace realize this is a question on the heart of parents. While there are a lot of factors that lead to a child's thriving faith, hear what studies have shown to be the number one factor.
Joel Fitzpatrick loves to take walks with his son where he can represent the love of the Father to him. In a day when disconnection is the rule, Fitzpatrick challenges dads to talk to their sons about the topics they deal with on a daily basis.
As a youth pastor, Joel Fitzpatrick has seen countless boys struggle with what it means to have a life shaped by the gospel. Fitzpatrick encourages fathers to dive into deep conversations with their sons.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey team up with David Robbins and his wife, Meg, to answer questions from listeners such as: How do I encourage my teens to make good decisions? How do I handle sibling rivalry?
Daniel Anderson and his daughter, Jacquelyn, both high school teachers, get a first hand look at the dating practices of teens each day. Together they give an honest take on the status of teen dating.
Today's youth are bombarded by information, yet they lack the tools to discern and navigate the cultural waters. John Stonestreet believes kids need to rely on their parents to help them distinguish lies from truth.
Even parents who do everything right to bring their kids to faith have no guarantee it will "stick." Dennis Rainey, Ken Hemphill, Jessica Thompson, Elyse Fitzpatrick and Don Whitney share wisdom learned from experience.