Season: 13 Episode: 186
Shanda’s son, Wyatt, is on the show today to talk about why kids raised in a Christian home still struggle with doubt. Wyatt talks about the questions he had about God, and Shanda explains how she always knew this day would come but how surprised she was with her own reaction to Wyatt’s doubt. He talks about the struggles of Gen Z and why parents need to have the answers their kids are looking for. Wyatt went to the camp put on by Summit Ministires this summer and he talks about his experience – including the challenges. Wyatt even mentions how his mom is funny, but not that funny. You’ll get a kick out of their conversation and walk away encouraged to stay the course with your own kids.
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Wyatt is twenty years old and takes courses from Online Christian Courses. He is a certified dog groomer, works part-time at Chik-Fil-A, and has one more test to pass to get his real estate license. Wyatt loves to sing and is in the choir at his church. He is the oldest of three boys and makes his own board games and loves to create things out of resin.
Tell us about your struggle with doubt and how apologetics has helped you through it.
What was your Summit experience like and what were some of the challenges?
What is your favorite subject within apologetics and why?
What are some of the struggles Gen Z faces and what do you think they’re looking for?
From your perspective, what do the older generations need to provide kids growing up in the church to help them navigate their faith?
Do you recommend Summit for every teen? Why or why not?