What We Stand For
Truth Lighthouse is committed to teaching every child how to think critically and be able to effectively answer some of the most difficult questions facing Christians today. We provide parents, teachers, Sunday school teachers, and daycare workers the tools that are necessary to strengthen your child’s faith in God.
We Have A Curriculum For All Ages
Whether you are a parent, school teacher, Sunday school teacher, or just someone looking to help others, you have come to the right place. We are continually developing and growing apologetics curriculum for all age levels.
We feel that one of the great opportunities within the Christian communities is helping children and young adults to think critically and think strategically.
Teaching the Leaders of tomorrow
Pre-teen is the group that represents kids that are between the ages of 8 and 12 years old. They ask lots of questions and, while accepting the answers you provide, they seek to understand. They are the ones that will ask why we cannot see God or how do you know that God is real.
Teens, along with young adults, face some of the most challenging times in their faith. They are presented with tough questions and will ask you even tougher questions. They are learning more and more about science and solving mysteries of life and will want to know the ‘details’ about God’s existence.
Young adults face the most doubt during their college years. More people leave Christianity between the ages of 19 and 23 than most other age groups. They ask questions from the standpoint of doubt versus the standpoint of seeking to understand. They face doubt from their friends and are generally wanting to break free from life’s restrictions.
A Message From
It is our sincere hope that we are able to effectively equip the world with the tools that are necessary to defend our faith. We want to make it fun, easy, and effective. Our motto is to #thinkcritically and #thinkstrategically.
Great Leaders In Children’s Apologetics
Mama Bear Apologetics tackles the challenges that kids face head on. It was one of the catalysts behind our message of #ThinkingCritically.
Talking to our kids about God is something that many parents struggle with. Natasha shares valuable insight on how to have these difficult conversations.
Lee Strobel repositions his bestseller “Case for Christ” so that it is geared towards kids. It is another great resource for parents when training their children on apologetics.