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You Are The One You’ve Been Waiting For? How To Help Kids Think Biblically About Value And Worth
Elizabeth elaborates on one of the biggest lies kids will believe in our culture today (taken from the Disney's, The Frozen 2).
Part 5: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
After exploring all these topics, you hopefully understand a lot more about why bad things happen. However, you might still wonder if there is any good news about all the bad things we find in our world.
Part 4: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
We already talked about why bad things, sad things, scary things, and hurtful things happen – they happen because of sin. You might wonder, "Why didn't God just create us so that we could never sin?
Part 3: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
In our previous posts, we saw that bad things are the result of sin. Our first parents, Adam and Eve, chose to rebel against God. Their sin caused creation to be cursed and made it so that all humans are born with a sinful nature.
Part 2: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
In our previous post, we looked at the question, "Where do bad things come from?" And we saw that all the bad things we see in our world come from sin.
Part 1: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
Sometimes you might wonder, “If God is good, why does He let bad things happen?” That is a great question, and it is a question many people have asked before.
How to Help Our Kids Have a Biblical Perspective of the Pandemic
As Christians, we know that fear is not from God. Although we don't know when the pandemic will end, it gives us the opportunity to talk with our children about the importance of maintaining a biblical worldview.
In the Age of Super Bowl Stripper Poles, Our Kids Must Be Prepared to Answer this Question
The 2020 Super Bowl halftime show was probably the most controversial halftime performance since Janet Jackson’s 2004 “wardrobe malfunction.” Secular sources praised J Lo and Shakira’s performance as an incredible show from "powerful, sexy women,” while Christian sources chastised the NFL for blatantly exposing children to soft porn.