Teaching Story Transitions 6: Launching Teens Into Culture

Blog | | Friday, August 16, 2013
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Rather than fearing these years, parents can encourage teenagers to practice story discernment and enjoyment for God’s glory. Read more …

Teaching Story Transitions 5: Middle-Grade Exploration

Features | and | Sunday, Feb 10, 2013
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As parents transition children from the early tools of discernment, they may challenge middle-grade children to discern more on their own. Read more …

Teaching Story Transitions 4: Early Tools for Truth

Features | | Sunday, Sep 2, 2012
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How do parents know when and how to teach children ways to discern? One possible answer is found in the trivium of the classical education system. Read more …

Teaching Story Transitions 3: Start with God’s Story

Features | | Saturday, Jul 21, 2012
This is a common idea, but does it match Scripture’s portrayal of sin’s real source in the human heart?
How do parents reject false discernment notions and replace them with truth? With none other than the truest “story” of all: the Scripture, God’s Word. Read more …

Teaching Story Transitions 2: Your Children Aren’t Yet Saints

Features | | Friday, Jun 29, 2012
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“Don’t shelter children.” “Do shelter children.” What wrong belief does both views assume? How instead should parents teach story discernment? Read more …

Teaching Story Transitions 1: Mediating Extremes

Features | | Friday, Jun 8, 2012
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“Children, be sheltered.” “Parents, shelter your children.” But Biblically, what comes in between? Introducing Pastor Jared Moore’s new summer series. Read more …