A Wake-up Call and an Invitation
Women hold the keys to the faith of the next generation. I thought I was doing a good job until my ten-year-old asked, “Do you know my friend Mohammad? He believes in God like me. Why should we tell him about Jesus?”
The world’s least-reached nations are at our doorstep. Our children and grandchildren’s friends are Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, agnostics, and atheists. How do we model life as an authentic Christian witness...
- When a Muslim friend shares videos that say the Bible is corrupt?
- When a Hindu classmate invites them to a Holi celebration?
- When a Buddhist friend takes them to the temple during a sleepover?
Most of us don’t know how to share Jesus across these different cultures. You are not failing as a parent. Start today. The Blue Cord, Finding the Courage to Share What Matters Most is filled with inspiring real-life stories, practical applications, and sound biblical truth.
GET THE BLUE CORD BOOK
In The Blue Cord, author Karen Bejjani helps you get rid of things that might be holding you back from sharing your faith so that you can model living as an authentic witness across cultures in your daily life for your family. Includes a robust group study bible study and discussion guide so that you can practice what you’re learning in community.
5 Ways to Prepare Your Kids to be Authentic Witnesses in a Multicultural World
Sign up below to get your free download with 5 ways to prepare your kids to be authentic witnesses (and so we can stay in touch.)
By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: . You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact
THE BLUE CORD PODCAST
Enjoy this resource to help you and your family cultivate a faith worth sharing. With the Blue Cord Podcast, you’ll find captivating, real-world stories (some funny, some serious) from everyday believers like you. Be inspired and challenge your faith with simple, easy-to-remember principles.
Former corporate executive and mom of three, Karen Bejjani founded iHOPE Ministries in 2011 with her husband Renod. iHOPE’s partners have emboldened tens of thousands in hundreds of nations. The Bejjani’s speak regularly at conferences and churches.