The Child Discipleship Podcast is a conversation dedicated to anyone who wants to be an advocate for a child in need. Each week Ross Cochran is joined by leaders and experts from within the world of children’s ministry, as well as thought leaders and experts from outside the church. Each episode provides insights and potential solutions for your ministry and your family so we can help today’s kids form a lasting faith in Jesus. New episodes come out on every Thursday!
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Director of Discipleship Insight, Melanie Hester, speaks with author, speaker, and founder of Every Woman a Theologian, Phylicia Masonheimer, on the necessity of every person having a strong biblical theology and intimate relationship with God in ord... more
Ross Cochran discovers why and how Tony Souder, CEO of One Hundred Years, founded a ministry where each young person has three adults praying for them called the Pray for Me Campaign. more
Host, Ross Cochran, and President & CEO, Matt Markins are joined by CEO of the Josh McDowell Ministry, Zack Wilson, and Director of Resolution Movement, Ben Bennett, to journey through the pros and cons that come with exposing our kids to social medi... more
This week’s episode with Dr. Albert Mohler might just be your best one yet, and that’s not intended as a sleight towards *any* other episode! It helps that I’m a fan of 99.759% of the things he says and the way he says them. Bravo to Ross & Matt!
I think Awana may be tuned in to a very present need in today’s local churches. No great surprises here, given their track record of serving the local church!
This conversation is very important to those who love the church. The gospel we present to our children today will significantly affect the health of the church in 2050. The fearless future church will require Resilient Disciples of Jesus rooted in a culture of belonging, believing and becoming... we can provide that for our kids, but it will not happen if we are not intentional about it.
Great dialogue in the discussion of Child Discipleship. In my opinion, there is no greater calling than to raise up a generation of faith that is Resilient in a culture that is divided and growing increasingly hostile towards Christians. I am thankful to be a part of this conversation on making resilient disciples!
Wow what an important, transparent and timely conversation this is! In everyday there are moments, presented as opportunities for us to invest in the future of the church! Tools like this podcast will help equip you to make the most of those moments!
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The Child Discipleship Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 186 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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