How To Talk To Kids About Life’s Toughest Topics


Children today are being bombarded by messages that are contrary to what the Bible teaches.  As I talk to parents and grandparents, they feel completely overwhelmed as they try to navigate the difficult waters of conversation with their kids about very difficult topics like:

  • God & Spirituality
  • SEX
  • Self-Image
  • Bullying
  • Divorce
  • Death & Tragedy
  • Money
  • Making Wise Choices
  • Friendships
  • Forgiveness

That’s why I am so excited about my brand new book, “Talk Now And Later: How To Lead Kids Through Life’s Tough Topics.”  You don’t have to GUESS how to communicate with your kids about these subjects.  I have taken my 23 years as a Children’s Pastor and my experience as a Father of two and put it in this book to help you.  I firmly believe it is going to be a GAME-CHANGER for Christian Parents.

The book already reached #1 on Amazon in the New Releases Christian Family category.  I think every Christian Parent, Grandparent, Kids Pastor, and Children’s Ministry Leader needs to have this book as a resource for the many difficult conversations that are going to happen among the children that God has blessed you with.  The question is not WILL these difficult topics come up.  The question is will you be PREPARED when they do come up?

So, get your copy of “Talk Now And Later” HERE and start learning how to lead the kids in your life in meaningful spiritual conversations about life’s toughest topics. You’ll be glad you did.

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I can’t wait to hear the stories of what God is going to do as you “Talk Now AND Later!”

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4 thoughts on “How To Talk To Kids About Life’s Toughest Topics

  1. Brian, we want to provide that book to our parents, maybe as a Christmas Gift.
    What age group of kids is best for the book?

    Also, where would I be able to get Bulk Orders?

    Thank you

    • Honestly, there is not an age group that it is targeted to. Parents of children as young as preschool will benefit from the book as the entire premise is about preparing yourself for all future conversations as well as giving children “a little at a time” as they grow so that we are not “piling on” information in the Elementary and Pre-Teen years. I recommend it for parents of ANY children under 17.