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Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids (original 2011; edição 2011)

por Kara E. Powell (Autor)

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Most parents would give anything to anchor their children with a vibrant faith that "sticks" and continues to mature long-term. Yet despite this deep desire, research indicates that approximately 40-50% of high school seniors drift from their faith after graduation. In response to this problem, the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI) has launched the College Transition Project, a national longitudinal study following 400 high school seniors during their first three years in college. This provocative and needed research is geared to spark a movement that empowers parents, churches, leaders, and adults of all ages to develop robust and long-term faith in kids.… (mais)
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Título:Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids
Autores:Kara E. Powell (Autor)
Informação:Zondervan (2011), 224 pages
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Most parents would give anything to anchor their children with a vibrant faith that "sticks" and continues to mature into adulthood. Yet, despite this deep desire, research indicates that approximately 40-50% of high school seniors drift from their faith after graduation. The Sticky Faith Parent Curriculum is a video-based study that came from Kara Powell's desire to see her own kids emerge from adolescence with their faith intact. Through personal, real-world experiences of research and sharing, the Sticky Faith Parent Curriculum enables parents to instill a deep and lasting faith in their adolescents. This video curriculum presents powerful strategies and practical ideas to help parents encourage their children's spiritual growth, enabling them to develop a faith that sticks.
  staylorlib | Feb 12, 2020 |
A pretty good book that looks at how we can help pass faith on to our children and help children see their faith as something that will help direct their lives. Some good advice and ideas and encouragement. The authors have some other resources that I might look at.
"When kids don't feel abandoned - but instead supported - by their parents and other adults, they are more likely to develop Sticky Faith."
"Parenting is a lifelong expression of nurturing tenderness and unbridled love. It is a long-term adventure, with ups and downs and wins and losses. ... Parenting is a marathon, and pacing is what matters most."
"How you express and live your faith will have, all things being equal, a greater impact on your child's life than any other factor. ...What they see and hear and experience growing up with you will communicate more about the essence and veracity of faith than anything they face or anyone they know."
"Sometimes our children pursue ways of following Jesus that while different from our ways are nonetheless genuine and even exciting. ...We seek to maintain and strengthen the trust relationship with our children, even as they are seeking their own space to find their way. ...Stick with Jesus always, and trust Jesus to always stick with you and your family." ( )
  Luke_Brown | Sep 10, 2016 |
Taking the Heath brother's work in "Made to Stick" on marketing and trying to apply it to discipleship isn't the best idea. Not only are marketing and discipleship different in their purpose and outcome, but it also shows the general evangelical penchant to take popular ideas and catechize them into something churchy.

So although the book starts with an incorrect premise, it builds on this with an illogical approach to discipleship. Our kids our leaving church and not coming back....so do more of what we are doing now.....it will work better, somehow. This has not relation to the marketing ideas of "Made to Stick" and appears to contradict the hard research done by Barna in "UnChristian." There is plenty of evidence that shows the reason people are leaving evangelical churches is because they are shallow and vapid. Piling on the entertainment and telling people that their life will be better by coming to church WITHOUT linking their faith to Jesus's work on the cross (the authors of this book studiously avoid discussing what they mean by "faith" and any mention of the cross being central to why people are in church in the first place) is a recipe for failure.

So nice packaging, but poor scholarship in the content, plus, trying to rip off a successful book's title to make the material seem more relevant or authoritative equals a big fail for "Sticky Faith." Honestly, what they describe as "faith" and what they want to stick is not anything I'd be interested in or want my daughter to be connected to as the foundation for her church attendance. ( )
  mdubois | Feb 16, 2015 |
Should be required reading for all Christian parents, grandparents, aunts/uncles, and mentors that want to impart their faith in very concrete and practical ways. Thanks to Wes Ingram for recommending. Excellent! ( )
  revslick | Jul 6, 2014 |
I liked the premise of this book and gained a couple of nuggets from it, but overall I found it a little disappointing. Not that it wasn’t helpful, but it just wasn’t AS specific as I’d hoped it would be. I guess I was expecting a bullet list. Do this, this, and this, to help your child’s faith “stick”. But in the end, you can do a lot of these things, but ultimately it’s their choice. I felt that the strongest point of the book was that kids need to have other adult Christians besides yourself deeply involved in their lives. The authors suggest a 5:1 ratio (5 adults per child). Quite a bit of the book focused on the transition of children from high school to college/adulthood, and I guess while that is in my future, I’m just not there yet. I still am glad I read it though, and I think it’s just another reminder of how I should constantly be purposeful in my life and the example I’m providing for my children. I gave it 3 of 5 stars. ( )
  lauraodom | Feb 17, 2014 |
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To my mom, who modeled Sticky Faith for me every morning, coffee cup in one hand and Bible in the other
—Kara

To Cap, Rob, and Katie, your spiritual journeys have taught us that Sticky Faith looks like action
—Chap
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Most parents would give anything to anchor their children with a vibrant faith that "sticks" and continues to mature long-term. Yet despite this deep desire, research indicates that approximately 40-50% of high school seniors drift from their faith after graduation. In response to this problem, the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI) has launched the College Transition Project, a national longitudinal study following 400 high school seniors during their first three years in college. This provocative and needed research is geared to spark a movement that empowers parents, churches, leaders, and adults of all ages to develop robust and long-term faith in kids.

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