Christian Parent, Crazy World

Christian Parent, Crazy World

Catherine Segars
 

Practical Ways to Disciple Gen-Z with Dana Che - Episode 53

January 16, 2023   ●   43 min

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Raising the next generation presents some very unique challenges. Recent statistics show that half of Gen Z children raised in the church are leaving the faith after they leave the next. And recent research from Barna shows that only 4% of Gen Z has a Biblical worldview.

How do you disciple them?

How do you relate?

What obstacles do they face and how can you teach them to pray?

Catherine and her guests will answer all of those questions in this new 4-part series on Gen Z.

Joining her for the premier episode of this series is special guest Dana Che, marriage coach and host of Real Relationship Talk, a podcast that delivers authentic, inspirational relationship advice for your most intimate relationships. Dana, a mother of four Gen Z’rs, shares her relationship expertise and hard-earned advice on how to disciple the next generation through everyday conversations with your kids. She shows us how to make an infinite God relatable to our little ones while engaging our teens and adult children through the challenges all around them.

This episode is chocked full of practical advice, wisdom from a wealth of experience, and a lot of laughter as these two mamas get real about discipling Gen Z.

RESOURCES MENTIONED:

Dana Che’s podcast and website: https://realrelationshiptalk.com/; https://danache.com/

Statistics on Gen Z:

 4% have a Biblical worldview:  https://bit.ly/2EKn7bM

Most leave the faith: https://bit.ly/3XhCXSH

“Unashamed” by LeCrae: https://bit.ly/3ZEB2JD

SCRIPTURES REFERENCED:

Deuteronomy 11:18-21
Psalm 103:7
Hebrews 11:25
Deuteronomy 30:19
Psalm 103:14

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