Equipping Christian Parents to Fight for the Next Generation
The most important thing to us as Christian parents is that our children believe in Jesus.
Sadly, statistics show that more than 60% of kids raised in Christian homes will walk away from the faith by adulthood.
Our tendency is to think that this won't be true for our children, but what gives us that confidence? Are our kids really prepared to stand in a skeptical culture and boldly follow Jesus in an increasingly dark world?
How To Fight back for your kids
Step One: Understand the Problem
There are many reasons our young people are leaving the Christian faith. In order to fight back for them, we need to understand the problem.
Step Two: Discover the Solution
As humans, we look to ourselves for answers and solutions. Yet, in this battle, we need to dive into the Bible and see what God says we need to do to win.
Step Three: Join the Battle
Chosen Gen is fighting for the next generation and it is our mission to encourage and equip parents. Discover simple ways to get started instantly.
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