Join Elizabeth Urbanowicz as we seek to answer your questions to equip you to help the kids that God has placed in your care to carefully evaluate every idea they encounter so that they can understand the truth of the Christian worldview.
Talking to Kids About Slavery in the Bible
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22:36In this Foundation Worldview Podcast, Elizabeth Urbanowicz addresses the pressing question: "How can we prepare our kids to counter the claim that the Bible's view of slavery undermines its credibility?" Uncover the historical context of slavery, explore biblical protections, and differentiate it from the transatlantic slave trade. Tune in for key insights on instilling a nuanced biblical worldview in children.
Balancing Ministry and Family
17:28Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she tackles a question from a pastor's wife: How can we serve faithfully without neglecting the spiritual lives of our children? Discover practical insights and biblical wisdom on balancing ministry and family discipleship, and learn how to keep your kids from falling away. A must-listen for pastors, pastors' wives, and anyone seeking to raise godly children in the church.
Is God Real? Evidence for God
19:03In this episode of the Foundation Worldview podcast, we tackle a question that many parents face: how do we help our children believe in the existence of God? Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she provides practical advice and resources for equipping your kids with rational reasons for belief in God. Discover how to affirm your child's questions and doubts, explore the evidence for a higher being, and dive into the attributes of God as revealed in Scripture.
Aiming High in Kids' Ministry
14:16In this episode of the Foundation Worldview Podcast, host Elizabeth Urbanowicz tackles how to handle a diverse range of biblical literacy levels in kids' ministry. She discusses the importance of parents as primary disciple-makers and offers practical strategies for supporting both children with strong biblical literacy and those with little to none. Don't miss this episode that equips teachers and volunteers in children's ministry to effectively reach the goal of making disciples.
Sex as a Good Gift?
22:44Today's question says, "I've been married for 10 years and we have children ages two through five. My husband and I have been to Christian couples counseling on and off for years because of my aversion to sex. Because of this, I'm terrified to talk about sex with my kids. How can I pass on that it's a good gift from God when I don't feel that way?"
Memorizing Scripture: Tips for Memorizing Longer Passages
17:01Today's question says, "Can you give a few tips on memorizing longer portions of Scripture? I would love to memorize full chapters or books with my children, but it seems impossible. What tools can we implement to make Scripture stick for adults and kids?" Join Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she dives deep into the world of Scripture memorization and equips listeners to instill a love for God's Word in the hearts of their children.
How To Explain Divorce to a Child?
18:53How do we explain divorce to our children from a biblical perspective? Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she tackles this tough topic and provides practical guidance for parents navigating divorce or separation. Discover biblical principles for understanding marriage and divorce, and learn how to have ongoing conversations with your children to help them process their emotions in a healthy way. Don't miss this important episode that will equip you to guide your children through the challenges of divorce while keeping their hearts grounded in God's truth.
Kids Playing in the Neighborhood?
18:25Today's question says, "We have neighbors who ask to play with our children nearly every day. I do not allow my children to play with them unsupervised. There has been too much crude talk, unbiblical ideas and violent play when neighborhood children are left to play unsupervised. We do desire to minister to the children in our neighborhood, but it seems to be derogatory or stressful on our own children for that to be allowed. I would love thoughts on how to navigate this situation."
Parenting Regrets and Redemption
16:01Today's question says, "...I feel there are so many things I should have done when my kids were younger that I didn't realize. Is there anything specific or any encouragement you can give to parents who feel the train has passed and there's not much we can do with our teen slash young adult spiritual lives?" Listen as Elizabeth Urbanowicz offers encouragement and advice for parents who feel they missed opportunities when their children were younger.