Faith in Kids

Faith in Parents #37 Racism, Parenting & The Gospel

June 11, 2020 Faith in Kids Season 2 Episode 37
Faith in Kids
Faith in Parents #37 Racism, Parenting & The Gospel
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Faith in Kids
Faith in Parents #37 Racism, Parenting & The Gospel
Jun 11, 2020 Season 2 Episode 37
Faith in Kids

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 Newbell
God made me and you by Shai Linne 

Song:
God made me and you by Shai Linne

Films:
Hidden Figures
The 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 Cary

Show Notes

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 Newbell
God made me and you by Shai Linne 

Song:
God made me and you by Shai Linne

Films:
Hidden Figures
The 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 Cary

Support the show (http://www.faithinkids.org)