In these busy, hectic days we take our kids to sports practices, games, music lessons, school tutoring and other activities to give our children the best opportunities for success. But what if we’re missing the chance to teach them what matters most?
Our children can grow up smart, athletic, popular and polite but lack a vibrant relationship with Christ. The few hours they spend in church each week can be helpful, but it cannot nurture a faith in our kids that will withstand the trials that are on the horizon. Church alone cannot teach them, we must start at home. But many parents feel ill equipped to develop the faith of their children.
In these six sessions, we will explore biblical and tangible ways that parents—couples, single parents, blended families and grandparents—can build a legacy of faith for their children. Each session includes interviews with everyday parents talking about their own doubts, fears and desires. Gary Thomas, Matt Chandler, and Kurt and Olivia Bruner provide powerful teaching that will help you give your kids what they need to build a solid framework for lifelong faith.
is a best-selling author and international speaker whose titles include, Pure Pleasure, Sacred Parenting, Sacred Influence and Devotions for Sacred Parenting. Gary has also brought thousands of married couples closer together through his popular Sacred Marriage seminars.
serves as Lead Pastor of The Village Church in Highland Village, Texas. Matt is a sought after teacher and speaker at conferences. Alongside his current role as lead pastor, Matt is involved in church planting efforts both locally and internationally through The Village and various strategic partnerships.
Kurt and Olivia Bruner
co-founded Heritage Builders to provide practical tools to parents to give the next generation a strong legacy. Kurt serves as Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Lake Pointe Church and is the author of several books including It Starts At Home and the best-selling Family Night Tool Chest series. Olivia is the author of The Minivan Years and speaks to moms about the hectic joys of parenthood.