Faithful Generations 





This Far by Faith 

a 6-part documentary

Part 1
Part 2 
Part 3
Part 4 
Part 5 
Part 6

When we complete this series, we will be participating in “The Bible and Theology in Color”, taught by Professor Rev. Esau McCaulley. This course is available to audit free through Nashotah House. Sign up for class Please email Marty Chapman if you would like a Zoom invitation.

All interested adults are invited to join the class each Sunday. This is a group of parents, grandparents, and interested adults in finding community and supporting the faithful growth of our families. All are welcome, even if you haven’t read the book.


When A College Student Comes Home to Stay

How to be a Strength-Based Parent

Creating Warmth in Your Marriage

The Confidence Gap for Girls: 5 Tips for Parents of Tween and Teen Girls


Speed Kills

Why is There Suffering?

It’s Getting Harder to Talk About God

‘We Need to Talk About Jesus’:Cue Cringing Embarrassment

How to Talk About Religion

Talking with Strangers About God

“Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines that Shape the Church for Mission” by David E. Fitch



Finding Meaning and Happiness in Old Age

November 19, 2017

Readings on Mercy


The Compassionate Instinct _ Greater Good Magazine

Teaching our kids about justice and mercy _ ERLC

November 12, 2017

Civil Discourse

A Plea for Civil Discourse: Needed, the Academy’s Leadership   Fall 2013, No. 4

October 29, 2017

Mercy and Forgiveness 

Forgiveness Quiz

October 19, 2017

Teaching Children Patience 

Article on 5 ways to teach tolerance: EXCELLENT!
5 ways to teach tolerance to your kids Educator site for ways to integrate teaching tolerance into the classroom and interesting ideas for younger kids.

List of books on Amazon for teens about racism/prejudice

October 13, 2017

Justice and Tolerance
Micah 6:8: “What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”

What Good Can Come of Disagreements?   Adam Grant, New York Times

Kids, Would You Please Start Fighting?    Adam Grant, New York Times