Current statistics show we are losing between 75% and 88% of professing Christian young people by the end of the first year of college. The response of the church at large has been a decidedly large focus on ''relevant'' and ''hip,'' family-fragmenting youth ministries. But is this the right response? Dr. Voddie Baucham says no.
In this powerful message delivered at the 2006 Conference for Uniting Church and Family, Dr. Baucham presents the case that the home must be the central training ground for evangelism and discipleship. He charges parents to understand their role as shepherds by embracing the joy of their biblical duties and responsibilities. His exposition of Scripture is clear and his arguments unassailable.