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Children and Questioning the Faith

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Ever get stumped by a question from your kids? Questions from our kids can be annoying at times especially when our kids are in the toddler stage. But sometimes the questions our kids ask are an eye into their soul. Asking questions and how we react to their questions is an important part of our child’s faith development.

Our youngest daughter Norah (5) blurted out a question one Sunday after church that just surprised us. We were talking with the girls about communion and what they learned in Children’s Church. Read the rest of this entry


Role of Parents in Faith Development

Our southwest campus is currently going through a series called “Modern Family” which is focused on this next generation of Christ followers.  This upcoming Sunday, our pastor, Scott Keeble will be speaking on the role of parents in faith development.

This morning Mark Oestreicher provided a link to this Open Letter to Parents which is pretty honest and hard to swallow.  In the post Scott Linscott speaks honestly to how parents put sports and education above faith development.  It is definitely worth a read.  The hard part is application.  Scott, thanks for sharing your heart for this next generation.