When I found myself parenting teenagers, my thinking started to shift from the day to day issues with my kids, to the adults they would become. As my mind flashed forward, what I saw gave me pause. My mind didn’t flash to them as hobos living on the street and begging for food. My mind didn’t flash to my daughters being porn stars or drug addicts. My mind flashed to their faith and character. Who would they become? Would they continue to follow Christ as young adults?
What greater focus could there be than the spiritual lives of our kids? Pouring In, Tipping the Scales in Favor of a Personal, Passionate, and Permanent Faith in Your Kids will empower you to be intentional about passing on a living and active faith in Christ to your kids this year.
We go to church, you may say. Isn’t that enough? According to numerous studies, it isn’t.
Did you know somewhere between 60-75% of our kids leave the church when they leave home?
Did you know 85% of youth from Christian homes who attend public schools do not embrace a Christian worldview? (The Last Christian Generation, Josh McDowell, p.14)
2018 is here, and many of us have made New Year’s Resolutions. Losing weight, exercising, and reading the Bible are all noble goals. However, We have the rest of our lives to improve ourselves. How much time do we have left with our kids?
Do you see your kids wrestling with spiritual issues? Are you a regular part of their journey toward discovering the truth? Have you done everything you could this past year to build up faith in Christ in your children? If not, what better resolution could there be?
Man, I saw a lot of the mistakes that I made early on and I see a lot of the things I’m doing well now, and the difference this book would have made for me 28 years ago…I actually had a hard time putting this one down! —Jim
In this book, you will learn…
- why a majority of kids leave the church after they leave home
- why churched kids’ lifestyles often aren’t consistent with their faith
- the reality of what kids will encounter in college
- which things actually cause faith to stick to kids
- how to encourage your kids to depend on God
- 3 ways to nurture your kids so they will be open to the gospel
- 5 questions all teenagers must answer as they move into adulthood
- 11 mistakes Christian parents make that lead kids away from faith in Christ
Pouring In, Tipping the Scales in Favor of a Personal, Passionate, and Permanent Faith in Your Kids
I’ve seen it in your eyes. Christian parents have been watching their teens turn away from the faith for decades, and you fear your kids will do the same. It is never too late to tip the scales in favor of your kids developing a personal, passionate, and permanent faith in Jesus Christ.