To answer the question: Why does God allow suffering?, you and your children will need some logic, communication, and patience, as well as an understanding of God’s wisdom and the Bible.
Natasha Crain gives you the tools you need to build that foundation by conveying the most crucial facts about Jesus. You’ll learn some tips and tools to take a deep-dive into faith conversations to have with your kids such as what it means to be a Christian, the deity of Jesus, what He taught about …
Greg Koukl outlines the “Columbo” tactic of asking questions, the “self-defeating argument” tactic to find holes in your opponent’s arguments, and other specific methods for engaging in faith-building conversations with others. Greg pulls from his over 30 years of experience debating atheists and agnostics to help you share your faith with grace and truth.
Are you looking for ideas to help keep your children focused on the reason for the Christmas season?
Allison Pittman inspires listeners to make Christmas more meaningful as she shares insightful parallels between the Bible and Charles Dickens’ classic novel A Christmas Carol.
Law professor Jay Milbrandt offers a fascinating look at the Pilgrims’ flight to North America from religious persecution in a discussion based on his book They Came for Freedom: The Forgotten, Epic Adventure of the Pilgrims.
Would my apple pie be as good as Nana’s this year? – Original fiction based on Morgan Weistling’s painting ‘Family Traditions’
Jodie Berndt explores what it means to “abide in Christ” from John 15. She also discusses the importance of praying for your marriage, your children, for forgiveness, for being a good friend, and why waiting on God to answer our prayers is actually a good thing.
Twin brothers David and Jason Benham share inspiring stories of how they’ve stood for Biblical values publicly as entrepreneurs. They offer advice to help Christians share their faith in everyday life with courage and compassion.
While the problem of evil appears complicated, it’s certainly not a theological showstopper. Using Scripture mixed with a healthy dose of logic, you can adequately address your children’s concerns about why does God allow evil?