Save Them From Secularism

Last year, I did a series called Pre-Evangelism For Your Children. I compiled those posts, re-worked them, and added some material on manners and education. The result is this booklet, aimed at parents and pastors, to think through how we create a Christian ‘thinking-grid’ or worldview in our children. While trusting entirely to the decisive work of the Spirit in bringing regeneration, we must not fail to use all means possible to instil in children an imagination shaped by Christian categories, to prepare for and support the gospel and orthodox doctrine.

As a pastor and parent, I’m concerned at how oblivious we seem to be at the many ways that we inculcate a secular imagination. This book is an attempt to point out some of the possible gaps in our thinking and practice.

It’s free for five days at Amazon. If you find it helpful, promote it to other parents, grandparents, pastors, etc.

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4 Responses to “Save Them From Secularism”

  1. Amy Says:

    Reblogged this on Ita Vita and commented:
    I want to share a helpful resource with you. Our friend and a minister here in South Africa regularly writes on his blog Towards Conservative Christianity about culture and how it affects our ability to follow God and to worship Him in spirit and truth. He is offering a booklet about raising our children called Save Them from Secularism, FREE on Kindle for the next four days at Amazon. Please download it, read it, and practice it! I’m sure you will find it very helpful.

  2. Ita Vita Says:

    […] resource with you. Our friend and a minister here in South Africa regularly writes on his blog Towards Conservative Christianity about culture and how it affects our ability to follow God and to worship Him in spirit and truth. […]

  3. Save Them From Secularism | Creative K Kids (and their Keeper at Home) Says:

    […] resource with you. Our friend and a minister here in South Africa regularly writes on his blog Towards Conservative Christianity about culture and how it affects our ability to follow God and to worship Him in spirit and truth. […]

  4. Natalie Archer Says:

    Thanks for the link Amy. Just got it. I look forward to reading it.

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