Truth and Tolerance in a Whatever World
Apologetics and Christian Worldview Workshop Double DVD Set
A practical training workshop delivered to parents, youth leaders and Christian educators to equip them to better prepare young adults for an increasingly hostile culture.
Alan Shlemon is a dynamic and entertaining speaker from Stand To Reason who speaks to thousands of adults and students around the world – training Christians to thoughtfully articulate their faith and values.
We thank Stand to Reason for partnering with us to make this DVD possible. Visit them at www.str.org
Who’s Waiting for Our Kids? Why Our Students Need Christian Apologetics
When your kids leave the comfort of home and head off to university – who is waiting for them? Are they prepared? Studies suggest they are ill-equipped to handle the challenges facing their Christian convictions. Alan will explain what is causing our young adults to ditch their faith and will introduce a four-part strategy for training youth so that their faith is bulletproof.
Truth and Tolerance in a Whatever World: Why Truth Matters More Than Ever
Relativism has taken hold in the minds of many of our young people. The result is a deep confusion over our Christian understanding of truth, tolerance, faith, and the Bible. Alan will examine some specific challenges a young believer faces in our hostile culture and provide you with some tools to help strengthen their understanding of biblical truth.
The Power of a Question: How to Have Conversations about God Without Losing Your Friends
Do you sometimes find yourself intimidated in conversations about your Christian faith and values? In this talk you’ll learn how to recognise faulty reasoning and use questions instead of statements to make your point. You’ll come away equipped with new skills to confidently engage others in friendly conversation and be prepared to present Christ in an intelligent, yet gracious way.
Addressing Homosexuality with Compassion: What Can I Say to my Gay Students?
Homosexuality can be a difficult topic for Christians to understand. Our biblical convictions are at odds with culture and many believers are tempted to compromise their faith for the sake of family or friends who identify as gay or lesbian. In this talk Alan offers practical principles that will help Christians address this delicate topic both in the church and with friends and family in way that is both biblically consistent and compassionate.