Join us for practical sessions on equipping kids to think critically, biblically, and missionally.
Explore the relationship between kids, the Bible, worldview, apologetics, and their spiritual growth.
Learn more about the journey that led to us equipping kids to carefully evaluate every idea they encounter.
Meet Elizabeth Urbanowicz, the classroom teacher who developed these materials for her students.
Meet members of our team who have contributed to curriculum development.
7 Lies Your Kids Will Believe Unless You Do Something
Interview About 7 Lies With Pastor Mike Winger
I recently had a wonderful interview with Pastor Mike Winger from the Bible Thinker.
We explored 7 common lies that our kids hear and often absorb in our culture. How can they learn to faithfully think rationally and biblically about all this? How can you as a teacher, parent, or mentor talk to the youth about these common lies? Most times, our kids don't even recognize these as lies because of our current culture. In this interview, we'll give you questions to challenge those lies your children might face.
Check out the interview below to learn more.
About Elizabeth Urbanowicz
Elizabeth Urbanowicz is a follower of Jesus who is passionate about equipping kids to understand the truth of the Christian worldview. Elizabeth holds a B.S. in Elementary Education from Gordon College, an M.S.Ed. in Education from Northern Illinois University, and an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. Elizabeth spent the first decade of her professional career teaching elementary students at a Christian school. Elizabeth now works full time on developing comparative worldview and apologetics resources for children. Her goal is to prepare the next generation to be lifelong critical thinkers and, most importantly, lifelong disciples of Jesus.
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Teaching Young Kids About Scripture
Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz in this episode of the Foundation Worldview Podcast as she addresses the question: how to help younger kids, seven and under, understand passages of scripture. Through examples and strategies, Elizabeth explores how to guide children in developing a firm understanding of the biblical worldview.
Are Kids Vulnerable When We Protect Them from Pornography?
Today's question says, "By protecting our kids from pornography, are we putting them in danger of being too easily aroused? Most people who consume tons of media today are somewhat desensitized to the porn that pervades all of society. If we hide these things from our kids, do we increase the allure when they finally do see it?"
June 2023 Book Club Recommendations
Foundation Book Club's recommended books and discussion questions for June 2023.