Practical Tips for Teaching Kids Apologetics at Home [Podcast #12]

When parents start to see the importance of teaching their kids apologetics (how to make a case for and defend the truth of Christianity), they often begin reading books but then feel stuck as to HOW to pass the knowledge on to their kids. At what age do you start? What if your kids aren’t interested? What subjects should you cover? What subjects should you start with? What if you can’t answer the questions that come up? In this episode, I cover all kinds of ideas for how to make apologetics part of your discipleship in the home–for kids of all ages.

Mentioned in this episode:

  • Information on the new Talking with Your Kids about Jesus curriculum releasing in October is available here.

  • My podcast episode “How to Teach Your Kids about Non-Christian Worldviews” is episode #2 in your podcast player. Show notes for that episode are available here.

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2 thoughts on “Practical Tips for Teaching Kids Apologetics at Home [Podcast #12]”

  1. I am so impressed with this young woman and her ability to simplify such difficult subjects. My children are 31 and 33 and have both walked away from the Christian faith we brought them up in. I continually learn from Natasha how to approach some delicate conversations with my adult children using the critical thinking examples and clear concise apologetics she teaches. I have Keeping Your Kids on Gods Side and intend to invest in her other books as well. If I had it to do all over (I homeschooled my two for several years) I would have found her podcast, blog and books of great value. We must be intentional, as she said, and never give up fighting for their eternity knowing full well that God is working to bring our kids to Himself. Thank you Natasha for all you do to help equip us in contending for the faith! God bless you.

  2. “Keeping Your Kid’s on God’s Side” was a Christmas present. Love it so far.

    I love the “mental frameworks for thinking.”

    Love the tree (good) was first and then the rot (evil)

    Jesus says the Bible is true and the Bible says Jesus is true. The resurrection breaks the circular reasoning.

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