Natasha Crain is a blogger, author, and speaker who is passionate about equipping Christian parents to teach their kids how to make a case for and defend the truth of Christianity. Natasha is the author of Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side: 40 Conversations to Help Them Build a Lasting Faith (Harvest House, 2016) and writes the popular Christian parenting blog, ChristianMomThoughts.com. She has an MBA in marketing and statistics from UCLA, a BA in economics from USC, and a certificate in Christian apologetics from Biola University. When she’s not writing, she enjoys backpacking, hiking, cooking, genealogy, and college football (specifically in the years when the USC Trojans are a top-ranked team).

Helping Parents Equip Their Kids for a Secular World: Educating, Motivating, and Guiding Parents in Teaching Apologetics at Home

There’s no place more important than the home for kids to learn apologetics—the case for and defense of the truth of Christianity. But most parents are far from prepared to engage with their kids on these deeper subjects of faith. Ministry leaders can play a pivotal role in facilitating this kind of discipleship, however, by educating, motivating, and guiding parents. This session will offer both strategic and practical ideas for helping parents in each of these three key areas.

Equipping Kids for a Secular World: Integrating Apologetics into Children’s and Youth Ministry

Do you know the importance of apologetics for kids today but aren’t sure how to incorporate such training into your existing children’s and youth ministries? This session is for you. We’ll discuss four key pillars of apologetics training that should be integrated throughout your programs and how to execute them effectively.

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