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The Faith in Kids podcast is all about helping families raise children in the Christian faith. On this stream, you'll find lots of podcast for parents, presented by Ed, Amy and Jam, as well as a whole load of podcasts in Season 1 which are to be listened to as a family together. We’re not trying to give you the answers, but a few starting points. We hope and pray you’ll be inspired to give it a go. Every family can.
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Ed talks to Barbara Reaoch about making the most of Advent by reading the Bible with your children. Barbara's written a resource for just that - A Better Than Anything Christmas!   Barbara and her husband lived in Michigan before moving to Cape Town, South Africa, to teach Bible Study Fellowship classes. With her grandchildren far away, Barbara began to write Bible studies for them to bridge the distance.  Her new book is A Better Than Anything Christmas!  Get a discount on the UK website with the code: FAITHINKIDSJoin the discussion as you enjoy her book on FACEBOOK Our new book Meals with Jesus can be pre-ordered here If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed had a chat with Phil Howe from Scripture Union Northern Ireland about Church and Family. You can see a Youtube video of that whole interview at Scripture Union NI – and it’s called Church as Family, Family as Church, there’s a link in the show notes and it’s part of series called Times Like These. This is an edited audio version.You can follow Scripture Union Northern Ireland on Facebook.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed and Amy talk to Maria Williams about bringing up kids when the culture is yelling at them to conform to the pattern of this world.Big Day Out Training Day Christmas 2020 on YoutubeBook for the Big Day Out Nov 5th via Zoom - Planning for January when No-one KnowsIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed has a practical, encouraging chat with Andy and Jo Frost about raising your kids in the faith.Links and resources mentioned in the show:Raising Faith by Andy Frost and Katharine HillThe Greatest Story Ever Told: A Bitesize Bible experience for families Indescribable: 100 devotions about God and science by Louie Giglio Jesus Storybook Bible Kitchen Table ProjectIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
How can we cultivate thankful homes and hearts? Maybe Harvest festival can kick this process of helping us to form helpful habits which point us to the Lord Jesus Christ. Amy has a few ideas - including Conker Bunting - but Jam's idea might be the weirdest. Judge for yourself. Join Ed, Amy and Jam and singing along with us as 'We plough the fields and scatter.' Order Eric Says Thanks by Dai Hankey & Xavier Bonet from the Good Book Company If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
As kids go back to school, there's a lot of uncertainty and anxiety around. And that's the just parents. Ed, Amy and Jam talk about how can we think biblically about sending children back to school after such a long time away - and for some this is the first time and the concerns have never been higher. So who is in your bubble? That would be Jesus, and He is all we need.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed talks to Steve Midgley (Senior Minister of Christ Church Cambridge) about teenage years when our children's independence is expressed, their preferred lifestyle is being explored and their personal values are now being owned. This is all normal and healthy but it can lead to stepping away from their parents' Christian faith.What should our response be? How can we continue to have fruitful conversations? How do we cope with our sense of disappointment? Listen to Beth and Steve's encouragement and wisdom.Steve is also Executive Director of Biblical Counselling UK. He and his wife have three adult children.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed talks about raising children in the faith, being quiet, listening and taking the visual seriously for both adults and children – and making the most of our imaginations. With Kathy Woods (Pastor of children’s and family ministries, Wellspring Alliance Church) and Scottie May (Christian ministry and formation, Wheaton College)If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
We're thinking about Water this week. Fancy a movie? Maybe your kids aren't reayd for that full-on grown-up Noah movie with Russell Crowe that gets a bit weird. How about Wall-E? Seriously.On this podcast, Nate Morgan Locke from the Popcorn Parenting podcast explains to Jam who there's a bit of sneaky Noah in this story, and then they just both get a bit excited about the movie generally.A longer version of this episode will appear in Season 2 of the Popcorn Parenting Podcast. In Season 1, they talk about Toy Story, Frozen II, Tangled, Onward, Surf's Up and How To Train Your Dragon.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CarySupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed, Amy and Jam talk about lockdown, optimistically hoping the worst is behind us. What have have we learned? And what will our children remember about this weird time?Jam's videos about Joshua suitable for teens and young people are hereIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CarySupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Amy and Jam talk a bit more Nate Morgan Locke, this time about family devotions that can be made simple with three words "Read, Pray, Sing." Amy realises that maybe we don't always need craft.Dr Donald Whitney talks about Read Pray Sing here.You can listen to the Popcorn Parenting Podcast with Jam and Nate.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CarySupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Amy, Jam and special guest Nate Morgan Locke talk about watching movies with your kids, Frozen II and why Toy Story 4 is... well, let's not get into that.Listen to the Popcorn Parenting Podcast with Jam and Nate.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CarySupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed speaks with Marina Russell, Jason and Rachel Roach about how our families deal with the issue of racism in the context of the Gospel.Books:The Ology by Marty Machowski God's very good idea by Trillia NewbellGod made me and you by Shai Linne  Song:God made me and you by Shai LinneFilms:Hidden FiguresThe Colour of Friendship If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CarySupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Did you know the government is rolling out teaching in schools about relationships? And that schools are supposed to be talking to parents about this? Ed talks to Dr Liz Jones from Lovewise about the government's plans and how you can have a say in whatever materials used at your child's school. You heard Liz first on Eps #13a & #13b of the Faith in Parents podcast.Recommended resources on this topic:What does the law actually require?: https://www.christian.org.uk/resource/equipped-for-equality/The Values Foundation: https://rseauthentic.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Retaining-Values-in-RSE-for-Parents-1.4.pdfAdvice on the law, its implications for your school and guidance on next steps can be obtained from John Denning, the Education Officer at the Christian Institute: john.denning@christian.org.ukThe Lovewise website is HERE with and the trial materials for teaching the relationship education syllabus the resources is HERE.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CarySupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed, Jam and Amy talk to Dawn, a primary school teacher with some great advice about teaching your kids at home.Here's that Glen Scrivener video we referred to which is specifically about homeschooling as a education choice, rather than a lockdown reality.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced and Edited by James CaryTheme Tune from SoundstripeSupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed, Amy and Jam are back with an honest chat about how it's going in lockdown.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced and Edited by James CaryTheme Tune from SoundstripeSupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed is back with Dr Duncan Forbes of Urban Ministries and his wife Shay. They talk about the lockdown from their own perspective on an estate in London where things sometimes look very different. You can actually watch this conversation - along with bits that are not in the podcast on YouTube here including forgetting wedding anniversaries!Urban catechism - suitable for families is here If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced and Edited by James CaryTheme Tune from SoundstripeSupport the showSupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed, Amy and Jam talk about how to make the most of the situation with schools closing early, longer holidays, working from home and no church meetings. How can we thrive, rather than just survive?Loads of resources at the Faith in Kids website. Keep an eye on the Facebook page too.More information about the 7pm prayer on Sunday 22nd March, Mothering Sunday.Links to the Faith in Kids and Faith in Kids 4 Kids podcasts here.The new Faith in Kids 4 Kids stream is on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other players here (just click on MORE).Find out more about The Wonder of Easter for Sunday Schools at the website here.You can buy via Amazon UK here: The Wonder of Easter by Ed DrewIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CaryTheme Tune from SoundstripeSupport the showSupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed talks to Trevor and Val Archer, and discovers some ‘inconvenient truth’ about the middle class prosperity gospel. How does a teenager respond to being laughed at for being a Christian? And what’s a parent to do when their 11 year old refuses to tow the Christian line? Also, hear inspiring stories of prodigal children coming home.Links to the Faith in Kids and Faith in Kids 4 Kids podcasts here.The new Faith in Kids 4 Kids stream is on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other players here (just click on MORE).Find out more about The Wonder of Easter for Sunday Schools at the website here.You can buy via Amazon UK here: The Wonder of Easter by Ed DrewIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CaryTheme Tune from SoundstripeSupport the showSupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
Ed, Amy and Jam talk about the issue that many parents are battling with: screen time.Links to the Faith in Kids and Faith in Kids 4 Kids podcasts here.The new Faith in Kids 4 Kids stream is on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other players here (just click on MORE).Find out more about The Wonder of Easter for Sunday Schools at the website here.You can buy via Amazon UK here: The Wonder of Easter by Ed DrewIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We won't read out your emails on the podcast if you don't want us to, but we'd love to hear your stories and feedback.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids.The Faith in Parents podcast is for parents who want to read the Bible with their kids, from toddlers to teens - and to see churches resources and equipped for work with children and young people.  For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Produced by James CaryTheme Tune from SoundstripeSupport the showSupport the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)
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Emma Mann

I found this podcast so helpful and so relevant to current life. the hosts are so real and normal. it's great having such a good podcast from the UK as some of the examples felt so much more relevant to my life than I sometimes fine with those from the US.

Mar 20th
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