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Choose Being Kind over Being Right?

There’s a lot of secular wisdom out there that sounds good but has layers of problems. Here’s an example of how you can teach your children to evaluate what they hear.

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Natasha Crain | April 16, 2019

When the Fall Overshadows Festivity

Those of us experiencing loss during the holidays can feel overlooked when surrounded by festivity and cheer. How can we take part in the moments leading up to Christmas when merriment eludes us?

Blog Post | Theology | Brooke Steinbacher | November 29, 2018

If Kids Don’t Understand Why Miracles Don’t Discredit the Bible, Their Faith Will Be Easily Crushed

Have you prepared your kids to respond to the claim that miracles discredit the Bible? This 10-step framework will help.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Natasha Crain | October 23, 2018

What’s the Main Concern for Christian Parents When It Comes to Gender?

If the percentage of people who identify as transgender is so small, why do all parents need to be concerned about the effect this topic will have on their children?

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Brian Seagraves | September 21, 2018

Why Aren’t More Women Interested in Apologetics?

Fewer women than men seem to be passionate about apologetics right now, but this might not be primarily a function of gender.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Natasha Crain | August 29, 2018

A Parent’s Guide to the 5 Skeptics Who Want to Shame Your Kids for Being Christian

Kids need to understand these emotion-laden shaming attempts they’ll encounter. Here’s how parents can prepare them.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Natasha Crain | June 19, 2018

How Gospel-Centered Is Your Apologetic?

If you’re passionate about apologetics, you’re probably well-prepared to discuss worldview issues, but are you also ready to explain and defend Christian theology?

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brian Seagraves | May 10, 2018

4 Things That Must Happen before More Christian Parents Will Care about Questions of Faith and Science

Parents, here’s why you need to stop avoiding questions of faith and science with your kids.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Natasha Crain | May 1, 2018

Three Steps to Better Doctrinal Disagreements

Sometimes, disagreeing is the most loving thing we can do, but disagreeing in a way that isn’t disagreeable is a skill that takes practice to develop.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brian Seagraves | April 5, 2018