#72: Having Conversations With Your Kids About Difficult Cultural Issues with Phillip Bethancourt
Published August 29, 2018
41 min
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    Have you been faced with getting difficult questions from your kids, and perhaps at a younger age than you had wished? Or feeling the need to have conversations with your kids but not sure how to have them?
    Welcome to parenting in the 21st century.
    We live in a very different political and cultural climate than in decades past. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Phillip Bethancourt, executive vice president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, on how he equips parents and church leaders to have these conversations. A very practical episode, you will be encouraged and equipped, especially if you lack confidence with some of the topics.
    Phillip, who has four boys, also provides super helpful illustrations to matter the age of our kids.
    In addition, this episode kicks off an online Bible study that Phillip co-wrote and that we’re hosting on our blog called Christ-Centered Parenting: Gospel Conversations on Complex Cultural Issues. It’s a free online study and we’d love to have you join us! Click here for details and to sign up. 
    These 6 sessions will give you more confidence as a parent, help you instill a biblical worldview into your children, and equip you to talk to your kids about today’s tough cultural issues, including:

    * Gender issues
    * Suicide, depression, and anxiety
    * Pornography
    * Addiction and coping mechanisms
    * Technology
    * Singleness, dating, marriage, and divorce

    Show Notes
    Sign up for the Christ-Centered Parenting Free Online Bible Study. Click here.
    To sign up and learn more about the ERLC National Conference, The Cross-Shaped Family, click here.
    To sign up for The Weekly, and learn more about today’s cultural issues with the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, click here. 
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