Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side: 40 Conversations to Help Them Build a Lasting Faith

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It’s no secret that children of all ages are being exposed to negative criticism of Christianity as they spend time at school, with friends, or online. Are you prepared to talk with your kids about how they can effectively answer the tough questions that come their way?

In Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side, you’ll find 40 of the most common challenges kids face—along with clear, easy-to-understand responses you can discuss together.


Spring ’22

Required FLBC textbook for Apologetics and Christian Thought course taught by Dr. Wade Mobley.


Spring ’21

Required FLBC textbook for Apologetics and Christian Thought course taught by Dr. Wade Mobley.


Spring ’20

Required FLBC textbook for Apologetics and Christian Thought course taught by Dr. Wade Mobley.


Fall ’19

Required FLS textbook for Evangelism/ Apologetics course taught by Dr. Wade Mobley.


Spring ’19

Required FLBC textbook for Apologetics and Christian Thought course taught by Dr. Wade Mobley.

I half-jokingly refer to Natasha Crain as my favorite mommy blogger (christianmomthoughts.com), but she really is an accomplished apologist. Apologetics is the branch of Christian systematic theology that provides reasons and answers that help simplify and explain the Christian faith and worldview. Many students, especially seminarians, are mildly offended when I suggest an apologetics text obviously geared toward children, but that offense is unnecessary on two counts. First, the text is actually written to parents for the benefit of their children. Second, if we are able to explain several fundamentals of the Christian faith and worldview in a simple, satisfactory manner for the benefit of our children, we will soon find that we are able to do so for the benefit of our neighbor. Further, we will find that we will understand essential truths better ourselves, bolstering our confidence in the truth that God has revealed to us in what He has said, made, and done. Topics include conversations about God, truth, Jesus, the Bible, and science. A follow-up text not assigned for class, Talking with Your Kids about God, covers 30 more such conversations.
—Pr. Wade Mobley