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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.
Teaching Our Kids that Christianity is Not Against Science
As Christians, we should want our children to view science as a valuable tool for gaining knowledge about the physical world. However, we need to help them see the foolishness of believing science is the only way of gaining knowledge.
Three Reasons We All Need to Roar Like a Mother (That Means You Too, Gentlemen)
Our children are growing up in a different world than we did. And they are asking deep questions at younger and younger ages. The Mama Bear Apologetics book is a much-needed manual to catch us up to speed on the ideas that influence our kids and their friends.
Teaching Our Kids the True Importance of Christmas
The historical events and biblical stories about Christmas get lost in translation around this time of year--here's how to remind our children about the real reason for the season.
Teaching Our Kids About Using Emotions and Discernment
Our children will repeatedly encounter this idea that their feelings are the most reliable guide for truth. How can we equip them to rightly recognize their emotions, without being led by them? Here are a couple of ways we can intentionally prepare our children to make decisions based on discernment rather than pure emotion.
Why Shouldn’t We Settle for the Jesus Answer?
Our children will undoubtedly continue giving us the Jesus answer. Afterall, old habits die hard. But let’s begin viewing the Jesus answer as an opportunity – our opportunity to develop critical thinking, encourage biblical, evidence-based faith, and prepare our children for lifelong discipleship.