Raising children can be a physical and emotional rollercoaster! And that's why mums and dads need all the support they can get - to help them through both the joys and challenges of being a parent.
It is estimated that only 50% of children with Christian parents grow up to have a personal faith of their own as adults. What many people don’t realise is that mums and dads are the most important influence on children developing a faith that lasts.
We all want our children to grow up to be healthy and happy, but do we ever think about how we can help them grow up to love God? Sometimes we don’t know where to start or what will work in the busyness of everyday life.
We’ve got a bunch of stuff to help you, wherever you are on the journey.
Raising Faith event and resources
Join Katharine Hill and Andy Frost as they share stories, research, teaching and top tips at our Raising Faith event this Autumn.
The Raising Faith book is packed with bite-sized articles and helpful ideas to try out.
Get a small group together and use our ready-to-run video-based sessions.
Join a growing movement of mums, dads and carers coming together to share ideas, learn from and support each other.
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Be inspired as these popular speakers share practical tips and real-life examples of exploring and engaging with faith together as a family. See more videos here!
In this book (and corresponding DVD course), Rob Parsons asks questions about the environment in which our children grow up.
He explores whether there is anything we can change in our homes, churches and hearts, which will make it less likely that a generation will be lost from the church.
What if your children don’t choose faith in Christ? What if they walk away from church?
Jo Swinney and Katharine Hill take a down-to-earth look at these painful questions. Keeping Faith offers comfort, encouragement and hope for the future.
Rob Parsons urges us to be released from false guilt, to stop judging each other and to remember that God, the perfect parent, has trouble with his children too.
Letting go of false guilt, the life-changing power of forgiveness and praying the prodigals home.