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Cultural pressure is increasing on our kids, but even in a world of ever-present screens, gender-identity questions, and addiction, we can give them clarity and confidence.
There’s one challenge your kids will encounter every single day. Have you equipped them to face it?
Can a Christian find biblical support for the death penalty? Here's a brief sketch of the relevant passages and considerations.
As the church continues to face cultural challenges from outside the church, we must strengthen our views of God’s Word within the church. Our culture is increasingly and brazenly running counter to the wisdom of the Word, and one of the church’s tasks is to help our people stand confidently and courageously in the face of such confrontations. Yes, make no mistake, we are in a war as the Apostle says in 2 Corinthians 10:3-5.
The goal of this video is to help parents and pastors be more focused and intentional in their discipleship of the next generation. I'll talk to you about the tried-and-true classical method of education and offer some very specific ideas and practical tools to equip families and churches. [Update: Because of technical difficulties, the first eight minutes are audio only.]
Raising kids to be faithful followers of Christ in the 21st century can be very challenging. Our culture continues its secular slide, with entertainment and education—which permeate our kids lives—leading the way. Of course, life is busy and it's difficult for families to avoid simply being pulled along with the world. In light of the current challenges, parents and the church must be very intentional in their discipleship of the next generation. We must think carefully about our strategies and be more aggressive in training up our children.
Brett shares how to inspire an interest in apologetics among students. COMMENT Read more posts
Brett discusses how God reveals Himself on His terms, not ours.
Brett explains why God is the most logical explanation for objective morality. COMMENTS Read more posts
I'm all for creating spaces in which people can doubt safely. I've even written about it. But can the doubting process be pushed to an absurdity? Well, I think it just has. Ryan Bell, a former pastor and adjunct professor at a Christian college and seminary, is giving atheism a try: