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Stacia has worked full time for Answers in Genesis (USA) since 1997. She coauthored the “Answers for Kids” section in Answers magazine for several years and has written or coauthored a number of articles for Answers and the AiG website. She has a BS in biology and a BA in psychology from Clearwater Christian College.
Stacia has conducted hands-on workshops for young children around the United States for several years and has written curricula (Beginnings, The Seven C’s of History) and workbooks for elementary-aged children and adults. Stacia has written for The Godly Business Woman and Evangelizing Today’s Child and has researched and written copy for several Bible-themed calendars.
As Christians who embrace a life-affirming worldview, we often discuss how beautifully designed the human body is—a masterpiece of God’s creation. We know that we are “fearfully and wonderfully” made. So how does a child with a genetic disorder (or any “problem”) fit into this worldview?
In addition to ensuring that your children receive meaningful instruction from the church, parents are responsible to build a biblical worldview in your children on a daily basis. Parents, you can become more involved in many ways.