TODAY’S GUEST: Natasha Crain is a national speakerauthorblogger, and podcaster who is passionate about helping Christians think biblically in an increasingly secular world. She writes about apologetics, worldview, culture, and parenting. A few of her books include Talking with Your Kids about Jesus , Talking with Your Kids about God , and Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side.  Her articles have been featured in outlets such as Focus on the Family Magazine and the Christian Research Journal.

Natasha has an MBA in Marketing and Statistics from UCLA, a BA in Economics from USC, and a certificate in Christian apologetics from Biola University. She was a marketing executive and adjunct marketing professor before she transitioned to the full-time ministry of writing and speaking. Her and her husband have been married 21 years and have three kids—a son and daughter who are 12 (twins) and a daughter who is 10; they homeschool and live in southern California.

We discuss the need for true believers to have a strong, biblical foundation and to teach their children at home; how Natasha went from a career in marketing to apologetics and writing; plus, how can believers respond to deception today including cultural lies, moral confusion, and progressive “Christianity.”

Talking with Your Kids about Jesus: 30 Conversations Every Christian Parent Must Have

You already know the world is becoming an increasingly secular place that will undoubtedly challenge your child’s faith in Jesus. But do you know specifically what those faith challenges are, how to effectively talk with your child about them, and what that means for you as a Christian parent on a day-to-day basis?

Talking with Your Kids about Jesus will give you the confidence you need to have the conversations that matter most in today’s skeptical world. Each chapter clearly explains what skeptics are saying and provides a concise, easy-to-understand response you can discuss with your child (one that can be tailored for any age).

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