Rob Parsons - Care for the Family

How to get your kids through church

I am a big fan of Rob Parsons – he is a gifted communicator with a genuine passion for people. Rob kicked off our recent Evangelical Alliance Council event “It takes a whole church to raise a child” with a talk based on his book “How to get your kids through church without them hating God.” Rob has the knack of both challenging and encouraging you at the same time. This talk speaks to parents, church leaders and youth workers and encourages us all to take the opportunities before us to help form the children in our churches to become fully fledged disciples of Christ.

 

The video is well worth watching the video and get a hold of the book if you can – you won’t regret it.

This 20 minute video would make a great watch for a parents group, house group or women’s meeting. Please spread the word.

 

 

6 thoughts on “How to get your kids through church”

  1. Hey . . . don’t forget would make a great watch for the MENS meeting too – one of the reasons boys leave church early . . . is they see so few men there (especially in Sunday School / Junior Church) . . . lets get this book into the hands of BOTH parents.

  2. I have exactly this problem at the moment, my 9 year old doesn’t want to go to church as he finds it boring. In Sunday school there is only one group and it includes 4-11 year olds. I am not confident to lead a group and am sure my son would not want me leading anyway.

    He is coming to Spring Harvest but once he gets back it will just be the same. I do not want him to stop coming completely, what do I do?

  3. Is it possible to download a copy of this video?
    We would like to use it at our youth leaders meeting at church as we have been reading the book.
    Thanks
    Karyn

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