Every parent, grandparent, and pastor that I know wants to see their children grow up to know, love, and follow Jesus for a lifetime, yet many struggle to pass on faith to the next generation. That’s why worldview matters. Biblical worldview is worthy of our attention and resources. Here are six reasons why every family, church, and school needs to help children develop a biblical worldview.
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A poem about the state of many evangelical churches in America. May God coming to reform the church to align with the Bible.
Music is one of many influences that shape the beliefs of children. A Lifeway study recently found that listening to Christian music was one of the top three influences that led toward lifelong faith in children. What messages are imbedded in the songs children hear and what are are some good Christian music for children?
News and Resources for Family Discipleship: The importance of biblical worship | Raising Children that are not of the world | The need for a biblical foundation for kids | Intentional grandparenting at Answers in Genesis
Who are the most influential people in a young person’s life? A Barna study wanted to know the answer to a similar question and asked 602 teenagers, “Who, besides your parents, do you admire most as a role model?” According to Barna, the top five influences in the life of young people are…
A survey from the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) found that 63% of individuals become a Christian between the age of 4-14, with the medium age being 11. The same survey also found that 34% of individuals become a Christian between the age of 15-29. According to this study, 98% of individuals become a Christian before the age of 30.
News and Resources for Family Discipleship: Gender neutral names on the rise | Children choosing their own gender | Learn about the “Woke Movement”
When my mom was diagnosed with ALS, I wanted our relationship to end with no regrets and in a strong state. Learn the five things I talked about with my mom before she died.
Greg Gilbert wrote a helpful book called What is the Gospel where he used four words to summarize the gospel: God, man, Christ, and response. Remembering these four will help us understand, explain, and proclaim the gospel.
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