As my readership grew, people started sharing more and more of my blog posts. Those shares started bringing a consistent wave of nonbelievers to my site. They began leaving comments on my posts challenging all kinds of truth claims about Christianity, and they were challenges I had never even considered. They told me there wasn’t any evidence Jesus ever existed, that the Bible was filled with errors, that evolution had replaced a need for God, that there was no evidence for God’s existence, and much more. I had been blogging about much simpler things—like good worship songs for young kids. These comments blew me away. I realized I was raising kids in a VERY different world than the one in which I grew up and that I was totally unprepared as a parent. Honestly, I was a bit shocked as well at the realization that in 30-some years of being a Christian, the church had never confronted me with these issues. So, I launched into an intense reading journey to learn everything I could about apologetics and turned my blog into a place where I then wrote to equip other parents with what I had learned…Parents today are sending their kids into a world with a Mount Everest of faith challenges yet think they can prepare them with a few jumping jacks of memory verses, mealtime prayers, and weekly church. This is simply naïve. — Natasha Crain (from, How to Talk with Your Kids About God: Interview with Natasha Crain)