7 Apologetic Questions Parents and Pastors Need to Be Asking Students

by Steven Kozak

As a parent and youth leader, I continue to think that one of the most difficult (if not the most difficult) part of raising disciples of Jesus is bridging the gap between church, home, school, and social activities. You know the conversations.

Me: “Hey honey, so what happened in church today?”

Kid: “Eh, nothing much. I got a high score in Mario Cart.”

Me: “Did you talk about Jesus?”

Kid: “Well, duh, it was church.”

Then I roll my eyes in exhaustion, we arrive at home, get lunch, and before long, the day is lost. What if we could have greater intentionality in how we have conversations with our kids. What if those conversations could actually help to prepare them for the road ahead—kind of an apologetics on the run. I am here to tell you that it is so entirely possible…
 

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