How are you caring for the next generation? As Christians, we all have the spiritual responsibility to invest in the next generation of the church. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, single person, married, with kids or without, we all play an urgent role in impacting the lives of children and teens in our church family as they grow in their relationship with Christ. Regardless of your role, below is a list of helpful resources to help you pursue the next generation.
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Helpful Book Resources
"Growing Young" by Kara Powell,
Jake Mulder, and Brad Griffin
"Know God: A 28-Day Devotional for Students" by Ben Crawshaw
"Sticky Faith" by Kara E. Powell
and Dr. Chap Clark
"Keeping Kids Safe in a Digital World"
by Mandy Majors
"It's Personal" by Reggie Joiner,
Kristen Ivy, Virginia Ward
"Know God: A 28-day Devotional Experience for Kids" by Lauren Terrell
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With resources such as reading and discussion guides, podcast, blogs and more, Parent Cue is meant to equip you to have better conversations with you child.
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No matter where you are on your parenting journey, the Axis community is a place for you. Whether you are facing a tough conversation with your child and don’t have the words to begin, or you’re getting a jumpstart on the teenage years ahead, Axis is for you.
Become an Axis member and parent together from elementary to high school and beyond. Or simply explore their free resources, such as a weekly newsletter, to help you have better conversations with your teens.
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