Service is a great antidote for the self centered culture in which we live. Most of us want to help nurture this in our children, and give them a heart for a world, but often we don’t know where to begin. How do we start? What do we do? Should we help globally or locally?
Tricia Goyer, author of the new book Walk It Out, joins me on the podcast today to talk about these questions and more. She offers fresh perspective on how to use experiences from our past to help others, why giving away crockpots to teen moms makes a difference, the best story series she reads with her kids to learn about the world, and how her daughter ended up as a missionary in the Czech Republic.
Service has the potential to truly change and transform us in multiple ways. Let’s learn from this master teacher together.
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You can find Tricia on her website or Facebook.
A few things you heard mentioned on this episode:
Christian Heroes Book Set (YWAM missionary series)
You Can Change the World: Learning to Pray for People in Other Countries
Blog posts of Tricia’s:
5 Ways to Encourage Your Kids to Volunteer
How To Start a Teen MOPS Group
In The World Not Of It: The Christian Bubble
Don’t Miss Your Kids in All Your God Projects
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