Posts Tagged ‘conversation’

How to Get Your Kids to Ask More Questions About Their Faith

The most popular post on my blog is one I wrote last year called, The Number One Sign Your Kids are Just Borrowing Your Faith (and Not Developing Their Own). That post has been read by more than 80,000 people and shared almost 14,000 times. Clearly it resonated deeply with people. So what was the sign that your kids are just “borrowing” your faith? They rarely, if ever, ask questions about it. Many parents wrote… … Continue reading

It’s FREE: The Unoffendable Small Group Questions Leaders Guide is Here!

This stuff is DYNAMITE to talk about with people. It’s super-timely, too, which you may have noticed. Why does this make for such interesting and fruitful discussion? It’s at the very core of what it means to follow Christ. Remarkably, it’s rarely talked about. Everybody can relate to this, whether they admit it or not. And most will admit it, which is a beautiful thing. So here are some great starter questions for each chapter.… … Continue reading

Arguing Sometimes Gets Us Nowhere

I looked around the circle at the four faces of my nervous band mates. It was our first official “show” and we were terrified. I loved singing in the shower, but in front of PEOPLE? I was terrified. The head of our band, Terry, said an amazing inspiring speech reminding us that we were doing this for the glory of God and not for us. Terry always knew what to say. He was the spiritual… … Continue reading