Adam Griffin, Cassie Bryant, and Chelsea Griffin kick off Season 3 talking about how we are called to countercultural parenting and what that looks like.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- What did you do with your summer?
- What is our theme this season?
- Are you seeing families struggling with being different from the culture in your church?
- Is being countercultural different now than it used to be?
- What are the topics and subjects that come to mind when you think about being different than the culture?
- Are you seeing anything in youth culture that is concerning?
- There are a lot of aspects of Christianity that are not culturally normal. How do those things affect our parenting?
- One of the verses that come to mind for me on this is Romans 12:2. How does that apply to us as parents?
- Why do you think people are so tempted to be ashamed of the gospel we believe?
- Who comes to mind for y’all when you think about someone who showed you how to be countercultural well?
- How can parents know when and how to say “no”?
- How do we parent counterculturally without kids or parents villainizing people that believe differently than us? How do we keep our commitment to loving?
- How is the sifting of the church good for the church?
- Countercultural: There is a course to this world, a wide path to destruction; that we are called to walk differently than. Then scriptures would call us to walk a narrow path that leads to life. A path that follows Christ as the way, truth, and the life, and that will make us different.
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Romans 12:2, Romans 1:16, Matthew 22:34-40, John 17
- Episode w/ Jen, Episode on influences
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