Teaching Your Children the Gospel

Life's Big AdventureLife’s Biggest Adventure: Guiding Your Child on their Spiritual Journey

One of the positive trends we are seeing take place in children’s ministry is not just teaching children spiritual content in a loving, fun and safe environment but there is a great emphasis on training parents in how to disciple their children.

Life’s Biggest Adventure is a tool for parents to use with their grade school aged children as they guide them through the following questions:

  • What is the gospel?
  • How do I know I am a Christian?
  • What is baptism?
  • Why do we take communion?
  • How do I pray?
  • How do I start reading the Bible?
  • How do I deal with temptation?
  • How do I tell my friends about Jesus?

I‘m so thankful for Life’s Biggest Adventure!   It’s one thing for me as a pastor to tell parents they need to disciple their children, but it is quite another to be able to offer them an easy-to-use tool that helps them to impart their faith to their kids.  And I’m even more grateful for what this book has meant for me as a father.  Fathers are called to spiritually lead their children, and this book helped me to be a better dad as my son and I worked through the book together.  He took new steps of growth, and it culminated with his decision to be baptized as a follower of Christ.  I will treasure the memory of those sessions with my son for the rest of my life!    Mark Albrecht, NorthBridge Church, Antioch, IL



About Gary Rohrmayer

Gary has a unique focus in mobilizing and mentoring leaders into the harvest field. He specializes in equipping leaders in areas of spiritual formation, church multiplication and church health. Gary’s vision is to see that no leader travel their ministry journey alone. He desires to emulate the ministry of Barnabas by becoming a son of encouragement to the next generation of leaders.
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