Mama Bear Apologetics™: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies

Mama Bear Apologetics™: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies

#RoarLikeAMother The problem with lies is they don?t often sound like lies. They seem harmless, and even sound right. So what?s a Mama Bear to do when her kids seem to be absorbing the culture?s lies uncritically? Mama Bear Apologetics? is the book you?ve been looking for. This mom-to-mom guide will equip you to teach your kids how to form their own biblical beliefs about wh #RoarLikeAMother The problem with lies is they don?t often sound like lies. They seem harmless, an...

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Title:Mama Bear Apologetics™: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies
Author:Hillary Morgan Ferrer
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0736976159
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Mama Bear Apologetics™: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies Reviews

  • Stacey Lozano
    Jul 01, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

  • Courtney
    Jul 23, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

  • Jenny Rose
    Jun 18, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

  • Beth Nyhart
    Jul 16, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...

    This book was so great that I stayed up to read it in 2 days. It?s very applicable to today?s world and the author writes in a way that is very relatable. I appreciated the activity guide after to each chapter so I could easily apply immediately what I just read. ...

    Wow. Best read I have had all year. If you want details why I loved it so much, you can read my post here. https://www.ambitionsforchrist.com/bo... ...

    There are a few books that give you pause and make you really think. There are fewer still that are written in a way that make seemingly complex information accessible to all. This is one such book. In the grain of Natasha Crain and Greg Koukl, Hillary Morgan Ferrer, et al. provide the...

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  • Terezia
    Apr 21, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

  • Esther
    Jun 04, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

  • Molly
    Jun 14, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...

    This book was so great that I stayed up to read it in 2 days. It?s very applicable to today?s world and the author writes in a way that is very relatable. I appreciated the activity guide after to each chapter so I could easily apply immediately what I just read. ...

  • Amber
    Aug 13, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...

    This book was so great that I stayed up to read it in 2 days. It?s very applicable to today?s world and the author writes in a way that is very relatable. I appreciated the activity guide after to each chapter so I could easily apply immediately what I just read. ...

    Wow. Best read I have had all year. If you want details why I loved it so much, you can read my post here. https://www.ambitionsforchrist.com/bo... ...

  • Alan
    Jun 08, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...

    This book was so great that I stayed up to read it in 2 days. It?s very applicable to today?s world and the author writes in a way that is very relatable. I appreciated the activity guide after to each chapter so I could easily apply immediately what I just read. ...

    Wow. Best read I have had all year. If you want details why I loved it so much, you can read my post here. https://www.ambitionsforchrist.com/bo... ...

    There are a few books that give you pause and make you really think. There are fewer still that are written in a way that make seemingly complex information accessible to all. This is one such book. In the grain of Natasha Crain and Greg Koukl, Hillary Morgan Ferrer, et al. provide the...

  • Brandie Kelly
    Jun 18, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

  • Norman
    Jun 05, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

  • Chris
    Apr 16, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

  • Chris
    Jun 04, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...

    This book was so great that I stayed up to read it in 2 days. It?s very applicable to today?s world and the author writes in a way that is very relatable. I appreciated the activity guide after to each chapter so I could easily apply immediately what I just read. ...

    Wow. Best read I have had all year. If you want details why I loved it so much, you can read my post here. https://www.ambitionsforchrist.com/bo... ...

    There are a few books that give you pause and make you really think. There are fewer still that are written in a way that make seemingly complex information accessible to all. This is one such book. In the grain of Natasha Crain and Greg Koukl, Hillary Morgan Ferrer, et al. provide the...

    ...

  • Heidi
    May 22, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

  • Jennifer DeFrates
    Jun 04, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

  • RebeccaLynn
    Jun 04, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

  • George Brahm
    Jun 17, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

  • Kim Huxley
    Jun 05, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

  • Evan Minton
    Jul 11, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

  • Kristi
    Jul 20, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...

    This book was so great that I stayed up to read it in 2 days. It?s very applicable to today?s world and the author writes in a way that is very relatable. I appreciated the activity guide after to each chapter so I could easily apply immediately what I just read. ...

    Wow. Best read I have had all year. If you want details why I loved it so much, you can read my post here. https://www.ambitionsforchrist.com/bo... ...

    There are a few books that give you pause and make you really think. There are fewer still that are written in a way that make seemingly complex information accessible to all. This is one such book. In the grain of Natasha Crain and Greg Koukl, Hillary Morgan Ferrer, et al. provide the...

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  • Christina  Miller
    Jun 15, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

  • Amanda Mewes
    Jul 08, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

  • Karen Patrick
    Jun 06, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

  • Angela Payne
    Apr 06, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

  • Laura Langley
    Mar 31, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

  • Jamie Hatcher
    Jul 03, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

  • Moriah Boehm
    Jun 06, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

  • Angela Pilcher
    Jun 08, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

  • Danielle Richardson
    Jun 14, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

  • MaryMargaret
    Aug 15, 2019

    If you're a Christian parent, you want to raise your children to know and love the Lord, but there is no one sure-fired 100% way to parent that brings kids to Jesus. But we can make sure to point the way to a faith built on the solid foundation of truth. And Mama Bear Apologetics gives...

    I?ll be honest. Raising my kids to love and follow Jesus has felt quite overwhelming lately. The statistics with regard to kids leaving their faith in college are overwhelming and Christianity seems increasingly under attack. However, this book gave me the encouragement I needed to n...

    This book is providing a critical message for Christians at this time in our culture. Even though it is directed towards moms, I believe it can and should be read by any Christian adult who cares about the younger generation. In addition, it is important for us to understand the curren...

    What is a Mama Bear? The author defines one like this: ?A Mama Bear is not necessarily a mom. Is any women who recognizes that the children in body of Christ need guidance, role models, and solid answers to the tough questions about faith.? So, any woman that wants to do that is a ...

    In a world where anything goes and convictions run along the lines of "what's good for you isn't necessarily good for me," Hillary Morgan Ferrer's book, Mama Bear Apologetics, challenges Christian moms to teach their children the unchanging truth of God's Word and His ways. Way to go, ...

    This book wasn?t exactly what I expected. I think I was geared up for an easier read and didn?t expect to go so deeply into apologetics. In saying that, however, I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned. It was so enlightening, educational and the practical ways mentioned to help ...

    Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies is a welcome resource for moms (or dads) looking to add a very practical, down to earth tool to their toolbox as they equip their children to engage the culture in which they live. The authors approach the field of ...

    I'd call Mama Bear Apologetics an Apologetics book for Mums or Mamas (I'm in Scotland and use Mum rather than Mama - a minor transatlantic variation!) who realise the false and dangerous views their kids are exposed to in their educational lives and want/need to be able to analyse and ...

    Apologetics might seem like something that belongs confined within the halls of theological seminaries and places where religious elite go to wax eloquent. It certainly doesn?t seem to fit the world of saggy diapers, sippy cups, and soccer games. Listen up, moms! There is no bett...

    I've recently had the privilege of reading an advanced copy of "Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies." It's written by several brilliant women who care that our next generation is being fed lies without knowing how to "chew and spit" (in the book!). Th...

    I have been listening to the Mama Bear Apologetics podcast as well as Alisa Childers' podcast so I picked this book up with the expectation that it would teach me how to teach apologetics to my children. While it sort of did that, the purpose behind this book was the "Why" we need to t...

    As a busy mom I have very little time to research and ?educate? myself. But Mama Bear Apologetics has made it possible! With this introduction to many of today?s cultural challenges any parent (or grandparent/teacher/care giver) will FINALLY have the tools they need. In this conv...

    Thank you Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review! Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies, provides an excellent primer for us to train our kids to know what is truth, according to what...

    This is a book that I would highly recommend to both parents and to-be parents. Whether you realize it or not, your children are constantly attacked by secular ideas that threaten their Christian faith, whether it be in the neighbourhood, at school, or in college. Most Christian parent...

    This is one of the best basic apologetics books I have ever read. I had noticed a change in my peers? view of church back when I was in high school. My suspicious were confirmed as I started my family--fewer of my peers valued or even attended church. My husband and I have been wo...

    What drew me to this book was the idea of demolishing the arguments not the people, as Christians we are taught to love the person, not the sin. These ladies have done more than just tell you what the ?isms? are but give is the tools to use the discernment that we have been given, ...

    This book encompassed so much. It covers several false beliefs and with each one goes through their ROAR process: recognize the message, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer. With that being said each section ends...

    This is a great book for mothers (and even fathers) who want to learn to prepare their children for the onslaught of cultural lies that they'll encounter; titled as Self-Helpism, Naturalism, Skepticism, Feminism, Marxism, and Feminism among a few others. The book does not exhaustively ...

    Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was easily understood,. Hillary Morgan Ferrer really causes you to evaluate the why behind your faith; while also providing tools to help children think through Christianity. The idea of not just blindly following is so refreshing. There are so ma...

    Oh my gosh! This book is so needed in this generation. I can?t say that enough. As a mother of a boy and girl, I was so relieved to be able to read this book. I officially learned what objective truth is verses subjective truth. I officially learned what pre-modernists, modernists, p...

    I am so thankful for this tremendously helpful resource. There are so many terms, philosophies, and worldviews I had been hearing of for years, but was never moved to fully understand until close friends started being led astray by them. This book is an excellent compilation of many of...

    I?m close to finishing this book and loving it so far! It?s loaded with solid, factual information without feeling too academic. If you?re a podcast listener, you?ll recognize some of the stories in the book and the voice will feel familiar to you. (The podcast is excellent too...

    This book needs to be read by everyone! Even though it?s geared towards mamas, everyone will benefit by reading about the cultural lies that are being indoctrinated into our society. I loved the chapter on linguistic theft. It?s a real thing and so very frustrating. The chapter on ...

    I was only a few pages into this book when I began to wonder whether or not this was the long-awaited answer to my question: how can I get the bear that mauled my brother to death to apologize to our family? I'm still seeking an answer to that question, and this book, despite it's prom...