The Effect of Compromise in the Church and our Children’s Education - Ken Ham
How have our churches brought about the falling away of our children?
Ken Ham explains in this video that out of our children today, 40% say that they are not born again. 65% say that if you are a good person, you can get to Heaven, and 40% agree with homosexual marriage. These people will be the leaders of the future church.
The majority of these children daily attend public schools where they’re taught, among other things, the validity of evolution. Every day, they are taught how the Bible is not true. Our children begin to believe that churches merely present “Bible stories" while they learn fact-based evolution at school. Attending church simply becomes an hour-long entertainment and story-telling session.
Our churches encourage our kids to believe nearly anything they wish so long as they trust in Jesus when they were little. We need Christian leaders to repent of compromise and to boldly preach Scripture and unashamedly stand on His Word.
Proverbs 22:6 (NKJV) – “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
Since moving to America in 1987, Australian Ken Ham—president and founder of Answers in Genesis-US, the highly acclaimed Creation Museum (well over two million visitors since it opened), and visionary behind the construction of a full-size Noah’s Ark—has become one of the most in-demand Christian conference speakers and talk show guests. He became internationally known for his 2014 creation/evolution debate with Bill Nye “The Science Guy,” which has been watched by an estimated 15 million people.
A biblical apologist, Ken gives numerous faith-building talks to tens of thousands of children and adults each year on such topics as the reliability of the Bible, how compromise over biblical authority has undermined society and even the church (which is seeing a massive exodus of young people), witnessing more effectively, dinosaurs, “races,” and so on. Ken cofounded AiG in 1994 with the purpose of upholding the authority of the Bible from the very first verse.
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