“Practical Tips for Teaching Kids Apologetics at Home” [Podcast #12] by Natasha Crain

August 23, 2021

“When parents start to see the importance of teaching their kids apologetics (how to make a case for and defend the truth of Christianity), they often begin reading books but then feel stuck as to HOW to pass the knowledge on to their kids. At what age do you start? What if your kids aren’t interested? What subjects should you cover? What subjects should you start with? What if you can’t answer the questions that come up? In this episode, I cover all kinds of ideas for how to make apologetics part of your discipleship in the home–for kids of all ages.”

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Meridith – Hi, friends! Thought to share this episode by Natasha Crain as it provides helpful suggestions for parents regarding teaching “Worldviews.” I’m incredibly grateful for the work she does in the areas of apologetics and therefore pray it blesses you! And while apologetics (sharing the reason for the hope that we have) is incredibly important, what matters most is opening up the Bible and reading to and/or with them. Are devotionals needed? Not necessarily… As Hebrews 4:12 shares, “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.” God’s Word is a gift to us…His words are the most important words we can hear and consider. Here is a powerful quote by WIA (Woman in Apologetics):

Sister, open-up that Bible today and put your heart under God’s authority. The Gospel message is the most glorious news we could read and remember. Let it lead you… His, Meridith

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