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Ever feel like you are in the minority as a Christian? As mainstream culture grows more hostile towards faith, the Bible, and followers of Christ, how can you prepare your kids to live differently than their friends? Mom and author Natasha Crain is here to help us stand strong in our biblical beliefs and behave “Faithfully Different,” the title of her latest book.  It’s estimated that fewer than 10 percent of Americans have a biblical worldview. In this conversation, you’ll learn:

3:00 What does “worldview” mean and is it even applicable to kids? 

5:50 How to start talking about creation and God with your young kids 

7:00 Your child can’t see God, so how do you answer questions about His existence? 

8:50 If you are a Bible believing Christian, you are now in the minority in America 

12:45 How can you recognize progressive Christianity? 

16:50 What are negative, subtle influences you must be aware of as a parent? 

18:10 What happens to a society when feelings become the ultimate guide? 

22:00 Here’s how to engage in the culture with courage and joy, not fear 

28:00 This is how you prepare your kids to stand in faith when they are in the minority 

31:00 How to respond when your teens say, “Oh, you’re old, you don’t get the culture” 

Natasha Crain is a speaker, author, podcaster and homeschooling mom of three.  She is passionate about helping Christians think more clearly about holding to a biblical worldview in the midst of a secular society.  Natasha holds an MBA in Marketing and Statistics from UCLA, a BA in Economics from USC, and a certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University.  Learn more about her new book, Faithfully Different.  https://natashacrain.com/

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