Christian parents have the humbling and difficult responsibility to assure that their children are given a solid foundation in the things of God.
How do we properly raise our children in the training and instruction of the Lord so that they will grow into godly adults?
The Bible stresses a father’s duty to train up his children consistently in God’s truth, despite all the busyness of daily life.
Over the years I’ve heard parents in America and Australia tell me that their kids were being taught evolution at younger and younger ages.
There is a children’s book called Charlie and the Tortoise that tries to indoctrinate children into believing that the evolution fairy tale is true.
UK mandates teaching that natural biological processes explain origins of life on earth.
Cosmos astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson asserts that religious influence on science intellectually cripples would-be innovators.
Every Christian family is concerned about discipleship—training the next generation to walk with God and give a scriptural defense of their faith.
Atheists are aggressively attacking Christianity more and more, and they are setting their sights on our children.
AiG President Ken Ham addresses how, more than ever in our increasingly secularized culture, Christians need to actively rescue our children.
Bill Nye is crusading to capture your children’s minds for evolution. His recent video “Creationism Is Not Appropriate For Children” has revealed his strong evolutionary bias and his own blind spot.
Few Americans are aware of the spiritual epidemic that wiped out the land of our Christian forefathers. Even fewer are aware that the same epidemic has reached our own shores, spreading like a virus.
Evolutionists often dangle dinosaurs in front of children to spread their message. Find out how you can counter this.
Although much more can be done, I praise the Lord that the number, quality, and variety of materials produced by creation-oriented ministries around the world continue to increase dramatically.
We all knew “the call” was coming and prepared ourselves as best we could. Dad had been sick off and on for some time, and this time we knew that he would not be getting better.
And the sad fact is that statistics indicate that 70-80% of students from church homes who attend public schools will walk away from the church.