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Faith: Not A Drop Off Program–Part II

Now what?  What do we do?  What can grandparents and empty nesters do?

The common denominator most prevalent in kids having a faith that lasts was: they experienced Christianity lived out in the home: A faith that calls us to be different from the world, that knows God’s Word; that trusts in God to do the impossible, and that engages the world with the hope and love of Christ.

Message given at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 2-27-2011

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Why Bring Faith Home? | Leave a comment

Faith: Not a Drop Off Program Part I

The bad news.  The stats.  Why are we loosing so many students?   The common denominator most prevalent in kids having a faith that lasts was: they experienced Christianity lived out in the home: A faith that calls us to be different from the world, that knows God’s Word; that trusts in God to do the impossible, and that engages the world with the hope and love of Christ.

Message given at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 2-27-2011

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Why Bring Faith Home? | Leave a comment