Ed Stolle: How To Prepare Kids for Attacks on Their Christian Faith

by | Mar 22, 2021 | Christian Church, Podcast, Politics and Faith | 0 comments

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TODAY’S GUEST: Ed Stolle has worked in the field of auditing and investigations evaluating evidence for 20+ years. He is a Certified Financial Crimes Investigator, Certified Fraud Examiner, and a noted expert in his field.  For the past 17+ years, he has been developing evidence-based apologetics teaching geared toward church middle and high schoolers, as well as related topics for parents and youth leaders. 

His presentations to youth emphasize proving the veracity of the bible and providing answers to difficult questions from the bible through evaluation of evidence, rational thought, analysis, and historical context. He speaks at conferences (e.g. Colson Center for Christian World View), camps (River Valley Ranch), and churches (e.g. First Baptist), and radio to train youth to have a strong faith foundation to raise awareness with parents and church leaders to the anti-Christian bias in academia their children face in today’s schools. Ed attends First Baptist Church of Crofton, MD, along with his wife, Glaucia, and their three children Mackenzey (7), Kyle (13), and Dylan (15). 

Children first doubt their Christian faith in Middle School and now, 70% of children leave their faith during their high school years. We discuss how Christian parents must be more proactive than ever in equipping and training their children for the attacks on their faith and hostility toward Christ in public schools and universities.

 but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, but with gentleness and respect; 1 Peter 3:15


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