The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family by Kara Powell
The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family addresses one of the top current concerns about youth and the church: the reality that nearly half of all young people raised in Christian families walk away from their faith when they graduate from high school. That’s the bad news. But here’s the good news: research also shows that parents are one of the primary influences on their child’s faith.
Praying Circles Around the Lives of Your Children by Mark Batterson
Mark Batterson has a surprising secret weapon to parenting: prayer. Batterson shares a perfect blend of biblical yet practical advice that will revolutionize parents’ prayer lives by giving them a guide describing seven important ways to pray for their children, such as praying for a hedge of protection and forming prayer circles.
Don't Miss It BY Reggie Joiner
You will have approximately 936 weeks from the time your child is born until he or she graduates from high school. It goes by fast. The responsibility to shape a child's faith and character can seem overwhelming. If you are a parent, you have probably realized by now that you …
Can I Ask That? by Jim Candy & Brad M. Griffin
Teenagers are tired of vague or nonexistent answers to their tough questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity. Just when they're capable of diving into the deep end of their faith, all too often the church keeps them splashing around in shallow waters. As eight years of Sticky Faith research on teenagers has shown, it's not doubt or hard questions that are toxic to faith. It's silence.
What do I do when Teenages are Depressed and Contemplate Suicide? by Dr. Steven Gerali
"In this new series of books designed for anyone connected to teenagers, Dr. Steven Gerali addresses six daunting and difficult situations that, when they do happen, often leave youth workers and parents feeling unprepared. With a background in adolescent counseling, Dr. Gerali provides valuable resources to help youth workers and parents through some of the most challenging situations they may face.