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Teaching Apologetics to Kids – Natasha Crain

Kids are naturally curious and open to learning many new things. So, they are ready to learn about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the truth found in God’s word. Natasha Crain offers some tips for teaching kids apologetics.

Every mom and dad can develop the skills needed to raise the next generation of healthy, mature and responsible children. There’s no formula to follow – just room to grow.

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