1. Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Bible. Our conversation is about Revelation 21 and 22, comparing the Garden of Eden to the New Earth. Not only do we talk about our restored creation, we discuss how that reality changes our story right now.
  2. Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Bible. Our conversation is about Revelation 21 and 22, comparing the Garden of Eden to the New Earth. Not only do we talk about our restored creation, we discuss how that reality changes our story right now.
  3. Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we recall the adventures of Pinocchio, while discussing total depravity, consequences for sin, and a gracious Savior. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”. Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  4. Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we talk about The Little Mermaid and the connection between sacrifice, true love, and Christ's blessed exchange with us. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”. Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  5. Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Word of God. Together we talk about knowing the truth about ourselves and discovering God’s truth in the Bible according to His story in Genesis 1, Psalm 139, and John 1.
  6. Do any of you have one of “those” kids? Every family should have at least one. They humble you.
  7. They say girls in our society should have nothing to worry about. They should have the opportunity for education and choices far beyond generations before.
  8. Marriage is the ideal school in which to learn that we are not the center of the universe. We’re not created to live for ourselves. We find our true humanity only when we live for other people.
  9. You may have seen the uproar from a recent blog post suggesting that virgins who forego college, learn to cook big meals and abstain from tattoos make more desirable wives.
  10. My Grandmother recently lost a long battle with cancer. Her name was Joy, and a name has never been more fitting.
  11. In an age when families are already fractured beyond comprehension, are we seriously going to separate parents from children in the one service in which God himself is present to unite us to himself and one another?
  12. Today I want to give you some good news. It is good news for the relationship failure; for the one who is self-focused;
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