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  • Baptist Beacon

Leading your child toward authentic faith

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – The responsibility facing parents is overwhelming. Not only are they to raise their children to function effectively in the world, but, more importantly, they are given the task of training them to love God and others. This work is intimidating for many parents who then abdicate their role as spiritual leaders. In this Ebook, Jimmy Scroggins provides a challenge and model for parents seeking to build authentic faith in the lives of those precious children God has entrusted to their care.

A better understanding of salvation, knowing what the Bible teaches concerning your children, and your role as a parent will give you biblically-centered confidence.

The evidences of salvation can seem overwhelming to Christian parents. Some parents might find it easier to take their child to see a pastor as simple remedy, but this option shouldn’t be the default.

Eternity is written into the heart of our children. This is why Jesus said, “Unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 18:3).

A list of PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR PARENTS that will offer comfortable ways of engaging your son or daughter, enlisting a good family example and drawing upon prayer as you lead in your home.

You can have, free of charge, this valuable ebook, provided by the North American Mission Board, SBC. Just click here and follow the instructions.



Jimmy Scroggins become a Christian at age six, and his desire was to live his life for Jesus. Intending to pursue a military career he accepted an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point. Shortly thereafter, a bout with cancer resulted in a change of course and ultimately a sense of God’s calling to preach. He married his wife Kristin in 1994 and they are the proud parents of eight children. Jimmy has a degree in Economics, Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Philosophy. Before accepting the role of pastor in West Palm Beach, FL, he served both as a Dean/Professor of Youth Ministry and Evangelism at Boyce College while serving as Teaching Pastor at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville, KY.

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