A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of sitting down with Ron Hunter—founder and director of the D6 Conference—to talk about my passion for training parents to equip their children to defend what they believe. Joel Teague joined in the discussion as well and described his experiences as a missionary in a secularized context. The result was a forty-minute conversation on the D6 Podcast that summarizes much of what we’ve learned about family ministry over the past couple of decades.
You can listen below, or you can download the conversation here or here.
Training Parents to Equip their Children to Defend their Faith
To learn how to apply this information in the context of your local church, take a look at my book Practical Family Ministry, or sign up for one of my sessions at the D6 Conference this fall.
If you aren’t already familiar with the D6 Conference, D6 is far more than an event! It’s a gathering of people who care enough about the church to question programs, strategies, and approaches that fail to connect church and home. It’s not simply about the next generation; it’s about every generation.
Listen to the podcast. List one idea from the podcast that might work well in your church. Describe how you plan to adapt that idea to fit your context.