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Join Elizabeth Urbanowicz as we seek to answer your questions to equip you to help the kids that God has placed in your care to carefully evaluate every idea they encounter so that they can understand the truth of the Christian worldview.
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Today's question is, "How can I teach my four-year-old that Christianity and the Bible do not actually contradict science even though the world claims they do? I have always struggled to understand science, and I know of people who have walked away from God believing that the Bible and science contradict each other."…
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Today's question says, "Do I need to explain to other children at the kindergarten level that their classmate, my lovely daughter, has Down syndrome slash special needs, or do I just let them discover it as they grow up? She's the only one in her class who has Down syndrome."
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Today's question says, "We raise our daughters seven and eight years old in the reformed tradition as children of the Covenant. However, this deconstruction fad worries me, even though they're not on social media. How do I foster an environment in which they feel free to express their doubts instead of looking for answers elsewhere?"…
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Today's question says, "My 6-year-old son is an only child. He loves listening to podcasts and asks to listen frequently while playing. I worry that his imagination will be stunted if I allow him to listen often. What is an appropriate amount of time for a child to listen to podcasts rather than play in silence?"…
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Today's question says, "How can I talk to my children about ways that historical Christians have sinned? The Crusades in particular are an important topic where we are. I've said that someone who believes X doing bad things doesn't disprove X. Is this enough?"
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Today's question says, "How should you handle an effeminate son? I want him to have a clear understanding and confidence in his masculinity and for him to understand his masculinity comes from God for God's purpose. He's seven, and I know it may sound like I'm overreacting to be concerned about it at his age, but he exhibits behaviors that make me …
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Join Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she navigates through the feedback from a contentious podcast episode about slavery in the Bible. In this episode, Elizabeth dives into comments left by atheists and skeptics, using them as teachable moments to demonstrate how Christians can thoughtfully engage with criticism. She discusses strategies for parents and ed…
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Today's question says, "Should we talk about violence such as mass shootings to pray for the grieving families and ask for protection? My girls are six and seven. We do prayer requests at the end of Bible time. At their age, would that cause unnecessary fears and anxiety, or is it good that they know about it?"…
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How can we explain divorce to a child? Whether you are personally going through a divorce or have loved ones who are, it's important to equip children with a biblical understanding of this difficult topic. Tune in to gain practical wisdom and biblical perspective on explaining divorce to children.
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In this episode, we dive into the challenge Christian parents face: preparing children to live out their faith in a secular environment. We explore the strategic approach of establishing a strong biblical foundation in children before they encounter secular viewpoints, particularly within the public education system. Join us as we tackle the questi…
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Today's question says, "We went through your biblical Worldview curriculum with our 6-year-old daughter, and I have been listening to your podcast and webinars for a while. I'm so glad to hear that one of your biggest recommendations for parents is to have our children read the Bible for themselves. What I want to know is where do we go when we hav…
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Today's question says, "My youngest son, who is four, always resorts to saying 'I'm a bad boy,' or 'I'm bad' whenever he gets in trouble. I've made very sure to never say that he is a bad kid, but that he's making bad choices. I try never to shame but point out sin. We talk about repentance and forgiveness, but he just keeps saying it. What should …
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Today's question says, "Am I being too strict by not allowing my children to play outside, unsupervised, with the neighborhood children? The rules are if daddy or mommy aren't out there, then you aren't out there. My 9-year-old is beginning to show signs of resentment toward how different we live from other families."…
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Today's question says, "My children and I have many friends from different religious backgrounds, Mormon, devoted Christian, lukewarm Christian, and non-Christian. My kids know the differences, but how can I teach them to effectively tell their friends about the good news? Hopefully without offense?"…
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Today's question says, "My husband and I plan on taking our kids to Disney World this summer. We both really enjoyed Disney vacations while growing up, but I know Disney has changed a lot since then. What are good questions we can ask our kids to help them think critically and biblically about our time at the parks?"…
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Today's question says, "What is the best approach to getting through the Old Testament with kids? I'm having some trouble, even myself, getting through many of the commandments that came from God. All of the sacrificing animals, splashing blood, condemning to death for not wearing the right color, and ordaining procedures. Please help." Resources m…
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Today's question says, "I've been trying to implement your advice in previous podcasts about making my home an inviting place for my children to bring their friends. However, I worry that my standards for behavior are off-putting. How can I maintain high behavioral and moral standards without creating a hostile atmosphere?"…
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In this episode of the Foundation Worldview podcast, host Elizabeth Urbanowicz discusses how to discuss humor with children. Listen as she provides biblical principles to guide children in discerning appropriate humor, such as understanding that laughter and humor are good gifts from God, recognizing that humor has its proper place, and ensuring th…
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Today's question says, "Many of our family members are living together before they get married. My children three, four, and five are beginning to ask questions about why their uncle lives with his fiance and why their cousin was at her parents' wedding. How do I walk through this without making our family feel unloved?"…
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In this Foundation Worldview Podcast, Elizabeth Urbanowicz addresses the pressing question: "How can we prepare our kids to counter the claim that the Bible's view of slavery undermines its credibility?" Uncover the historical context of slavery, explore biblical protections, and differentiate it from the transatlantic slave trade. Tune in for key …
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Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she tackles a question from a pastor's wife: How can we serve faithfully without neglecting the spiritual lives of our children? Discover practical insights and biblical wisdom on balancing ministry and family discipleship, and learn how to keep your kids from falling away. A must-listen for pastors, pastors' wives…
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In this episode of the Foundation Worldview podcast, we tackle a question that many parents face: how do we help our children believe in the existence of God? Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she provides practical advice and resources for equipping your kids with rational reasons for belief in God. Discover how to affirm your child's questions an…
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In this episode of the Foundation Worldview Podcast, host Elizabeth Urbanowicz tackles how to handle a diverse range of biblical literacy levels in kids' ministry. She discusses the importance of parents as primary disciple-makers and offers practical strategies for supporting both children with strong biblical literacy and those with little to non…
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Today's question says, "I've been married for 10 years and we have children ages two through five. My husband and I have been to Christian couples counseling on and off for years because of my aversion to sex. Because of this, I'm terrified to talk about sex with my kids. How can I pass on that it's a good gift from God when I don't feel that way?"…
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Today's question says, "Can you give a few tips on memorizing longer portions of Scripture? I would love to memorize full chapters or books with my children, but it seems impossible. What tools can we implement to make Scripture stick for adults and kids?" Join Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she dives deep into the world of Scripture memorization and equi…
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How do we explain divorce to our children from a biblical perspective? Join host Elizabeth Urbanowicz as she tackles this tough topic and provides practical guidance for parents navigating divorce or separation. Discover biblical principles for understanding marriage and divorce, and learn how to have ongoing conversations with your children to hel…
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Today's question says, "We have neighbors who ask to play with our children nearly every day. I do not allow my children to play with them unsupervised. There has been too much crude talk, unbiblical ideas and violent play when neighborhood children are left to play unsupervised. We do desire to minister to the children in our neighborhood, but it …
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Today's question says, "...I feel there are so many things I should have done when my kids were younger that I didn't realize. Is there anything specific or any encouragement you can give to parents who feel the train has passed and there's not much we can do with our teen slash young adult spiritual lives?" Listen as Elizabeth Urbanowicz offers en…
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Today's question says, "I have three kids, ages five, seven, and one. My husband and I feel strongly that we want our children to have a Christian education, private school, or homeschooling. However, I don't want the real world to hit them like a ton of bricks when they graduate high school and leave the Christian school bubble. You have given som…
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Today's question says, "How can I teach my daughter better self-control? She loves God, reads her Bible, and prays, but often if I tell her to do or not to do something, she'll think it through knowing right and wrong and willingly choose to disobey because as she puts it, I wanted to."
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In this episode of the Foundation Worldview Podcast, host Elizabeth Urbanowicz tackles the controversial topic of the Harry Potter series. She explores the genre, the blurred lines between good and evil, and the importance of quality literature. Whether you're a fan or have reservations, Elizabeth offers valuable insights and guidance on how to app…
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In this episode of the Foundation Worldview Podcast, host Elizabeth Urbanowicz tackles the question of whether God forced Jesus to die on the cross. She shares how to approach this question with children and emphasizes the importance of affirming their curiosity and directing them to Scripture for answers. Elizabeth explores passages from Matthew, …
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Today's question says, "How do I encourage strong sibling relationships? My daughter communicated that she has bitterness toward her brother, and he as a result has now started to respond in kind to her negative response to him. How can I help her to forgive him and see the good in him? What builds strong relationships?"…
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Are the lessons from the kids' show Superbook biblical? In this episode, Elizabeth Urbanowicz reviews the popular children's cartoon series, Superbook, which is watched in many homes and even in churches. Learn how to critically evaluate the show as Elizabeth breaks down an episode of Superbook, looking for the good and the error in the lesson that…
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Today's question says, "In one of your other podcasts, you said something about screen time and the use of dopamine and the impact on children. I agree and understand your arguments, but are there any videos you can recommend that are okay for our kids?" Mentioned in this podcast: What Is Truth? https://foundationworldview.com/book/what-is-truth…
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Today's question says, "Our daughter, in seventh grade, is going to public school for the first time. Aside from the idea that 'hurting people, hurt people', how do we teach her to handle being bullied? She's a sensitive child and we remind her of her value and beauty in God's eyes. I just want to be ahead of this type of situation."…
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In this episode of the Foundation Worldview Podcast, host Elizabeth Urbanowicz addresses the question of how to find time to read Scripture when you have multiple young children. She emphasizes the importance of recognizing that this season of parenting is different and requires different expectations, but cautions against using it as an excuse to …
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