Ep 86: Interview with Josh McDowell

Continuing our series of podcasts on Raising Resilient Children, we sat down with Josh McDowell for his insights. The challenges that children and parents face seem immeasurable at times. According to Josh, the two greatest threats facing families and the church are pornography and critical race theory. In this episode, we’ll learn some helpful parenting tips from someone who has spoken with more than 45 million young people all around the world. In addition, Matt, Andrew, and Michael hang around at the end of the interview to interact with Josh’s ideas as they drill down a little more deeply on strategies in addressing pornography and critical race theory.

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