A Guide to Family-Based Discipleship
A typical working parent spends just 19 minutes a day looking after their children. In contrast, many children spend about 6 hours per day in school, plus over 7.5 hours per day in media consumption. Add to that the time children spend with their friends or on extra-curricular activities, and it is clear that most American children are not truly being raised by their own parents.
Consequently, studies indicate that as many as 65-88% of all Christian youth leave the faith in their freshman year of college – if not before! And they never return.
Increasingly, many parents are determining to take back the raising of their own children. They are not content to be a part-time babysitter for their child. They want to be full-time parents. Learn how to take the steps towards becoming a full-time parent, or learn how to be a better one.
“Israel is committed to serving others with integrity and diligence. He truly cares about the families he serves.” — Tracy Klicka, author, Christian leader, and mother of seven children
About the Author
Israel Wayne is a homeschool graduate and father of nine who is passionate about defending the Christian faith and developing a Biblical worldview. He is a popular conference speaker who desires to see God’s people learn to think and live Biblically. He is also author of Pitchin’ a Fit!, Education: Does God Have an Opinion, Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview, Questions God Asks and Questions Jesus Asks. He and his wife Brook live in Berrien Springs, Michigan.