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July 27, 2021
Zoom chat and Q&A
Photo by Balkouras Nicos on Unsplash.
The son you took to service every week tells you he “no longer believes in your God”.
The daughter who used to play keyboard for the worship team won’t step in to church anymore.
That child who once knew every answer at Sunday School now wants nothing to do with Christianity.
These are familiar scenarios, all too painful for many families who have raised their children up in the faith.
Local statistics paint an equally sober picture. In the 2020 population census released in June, it was reported that 24.2% of those aged 15 to 24 said they had no religion, a marked increase from the 17% a decade ago.
Are we losing our children? How do we impart a faith to them that will hold? How do we bring back our prodigals?
Join hosts Carol Loi and Alex Tee, as well as panellists who have their own personal story to tell of prodigals finding their way home.
Date: July 27, 2021
Time: 8.30pm – 10pm
Register at: http://bit.ly/SLFamilyNight27July
About the Organiser:
Salt&Light is a Christian news digital platform where believers can unite in spirit and purpose to see God in the 9-to-5, to influence and to impact, to find meaning in the mundane and to wrestle with doubt and despair in faith – and find amazing grace for the journey ahead.
About the Hosts:
Carol Loi is the International Director of Generations of Virtue, a ministry committed to transforming culture, one family at a time. She runs a social enterprise Village Consultancy that provides digital literacy education as well as John Maxwell Certified training on leadership & family life. She and her husband are raising two teenagers.
Alex Tee is a former banker who left the corporate world to home-school his three young children. His deepest desire is to prayerfully raise children who seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness. He is part of the Elijah 7000 group of fathers who meet every Saturday at dawn to intercede for families and the nation.