Professor and youth minister Kara Powell shares some proven ideas for churches and parents that will help kids develop their own faith.
Youth expert Kara Powell talks about three phrases parents can implement that are especially helpful in building "sticky faith" in their kids.
Jason Houser tells parents that Christ's command to "go and make disciples," means teaching their children to love and serve the Lord.
Jason Houser talks to parents about the importance of training their children in the ways of God, reminding parents that discipleship is a lifestyle.
Bruce Ware helps equip parents to teach their children about the Holy Spirit in terms that even boys and girls can understand.
Bruce Ware encourages parents to use God's wonderful creation and other everyday examples to give their children a sense of awe at the thought of God.
Bruce Ware urges parents to use the ordinary moments of life to introduce their children to God and grow disciples in the faith.
Pastor Crawford Loritts reminds us that Abraham-like faith doesn't deny the reality of your circumstances, but trusts in God's promises in spite of them.
According to author Crawford Loritts, the Bible assumes that every follower of Christ has a faith that will be lived out among family and friends.
Pastor Crawford Loritts reminds us that real faith isn't just optimism, but confidence in a holy God.
Brothers Ryan and Josh Shook talk about their years of spiritual struggle, and their crisis of faith which eventually lead them to accept the truths of Scripture for themselves.
Ryan and Josh Shook tell how they came back from the brink of spiritual death after years of doubting their faith.
Jim Subers talks to parents about rebellious and hurting teens. Jim explains that many troubled teens are just looking for answers and have believed lies about themselves and God.
Do you have a child that's out of control? We want you to know there's hope. Jim Subers, President of Shelterwood explains why it's getting more and more difficult to raise children today.