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Podcast: Is it a Sin to NOT Have Kids?
Does the command to be fruitful and multiply mean that it is a sin to not have kids.
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Greg’s new book: Inspired Imperfection
Dan’s new book: Confident Humility
Guante is a Minneapolis-based spoken-word artist. His piece here is called Starfish and it speaks to the tension between working for small changes and dreaming of a better world where much bigger changes are needed. Amen. (Special Thanks to Rod Thomas for reminding me how great Guante can be.)
The Greatest in the Kingdom (2 of 2)
Article by Natalie Frisk This post is a summary of what was discussed at the ReKnew CrossVision Conference in regard to what and how we teach our kids about the cruciform hermeneutic. Taking Jesus into the Old Testament I co-lead a family-friendly home church where we sometimes get into spiritually deep conversations with children. There…
Podcast: How Do You Recommend Reading the Bible to Kids?
Greg looks at reading the Bible to kids and considers where in the Bible one should start reading. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0311.mp3
Podcast: How Involved in Church Should Kids Be?
Greg discusses the idea of a Kids book based on a Cruciform Hermeneutic, then considers how much kids should be involved in reading and learning about the bible. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0164.mp3
Lighten Up: Learning from Kids
Our football team in Minnesota (the Vikings) lost in the first round of the playoffs last Sunday in a most heartbreaking way due to a missed field goal. The kicker (Blair Walsh) has had to endure some pretty harsh criticism on social media, which is exactly what you would expect. But then these kids come…
Born Disciples: On Raising Kids to Follow Jesus
Article by Natalie Frisk In the sixth grade, I had a teacher named Mrs. Klompstra. She was enthusiastic about two things: math and physical education. Now, I realize that these two things may be a bit of an odd combination, but Mrs. Klompstra married the combo in a way that really impressed the love of…