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Our kids are growing up in a confusing world where wrong seems right.  How do you plant godly values in the heart of your child?  Today’s guest Adam Griffin will help us prepare our kids to live for Christ in a world that doesn’t. Even in a hostile culture, our kids can learn to do the right thing and it starts with immersing them in the Word of God.  We’re talking about Adam Griffin’s new kid devotional, “When Wrong Seems Right – A Kids Bible Study on Making Good Choices.”  You’ll hear about: 

4:15 Why your child shouldn’t “follow their heart” 

7:03 How to seek God, not Google, in our families 

12:20 How to model being a follower of Christ to your kids 

15:55 Getting your kids into studying the Bible when they are not interested

20:13 Explaining the fear of God to your kids 

24:28 God gave you your kids for YOU to parent them 

28:17 Raising boys who know who they are in Christ

Adam Griffin is the lead pastor of Eastside Community Church in Dallas, Texas. He is the host of the Family Discipleship Podcast and the author of several books and resources for families including his newest book, “When Wrong Seems Right – A Kids Bible Study on Making Good Choices.”  

You can connect with Adam Griffin at FamilyDiscipleship.com 

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