Faith Inkubators is dedicated to the health and welfare of all God's children and the whole Christian church, its congregations, families and children.
Our mission is to equip church leaders to effectively train their congregations in holistic, biblical, theologically sound faith formation systems. It is also our goal to catalyze a revolution in home-based faith education and spawn a home devotional movement across the church.
We strive to make the home the primary inkubator of faith for disciples of all ages by replacing classroom models of education with parent-involved small group models.
"Go, make disciples- baptize and teach" - Jesus
We believe in the triune God as confessed in the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds to be Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe God created all that is, seen and unseen. God provides for our every need and protects us.
We believe Jesus Christ is the only Son of the living God, crucified, died and resurrected, seeking all people for their salvation.
We believe that the Holy Spirit calls us through the Gospel, gathers us as Christ’s body, enlightens us with God’s gifts, and is in the process of making us holy day by day.
We believe that all Christians are called to active ministry, using their time, talents and treasure in joyful response to the love and gifts God has lavished upon them.
We believe that the Bible is the true, inspired and holy Word of God with the power to change lives by bringing people to faith in the living Word, Jesus Christ.
To incubate faith every night in every home.
To spearhead a Christian education reform that restores parents as the primary faith teachers, mentors and role models for their own children with church as reinforcement - not replacement - of the parent’s duties.
1. Jesus Christ is the only Son of the Living God.
2. The Bible is the only text book you need for Christian education.
3. A living, loving Christian role model in the home is by far the best delivery system for passing on the Christian faith.
4. Christian parents are charged with the honor and responsibility to raise their children to know Jesus. The church should help them, but not do the job for them.
5. The family is a church (“wherever two or three are gathered in my name…”) and must be inspired, challenged, and trained to model all the functions of the church (education, proclamation, prayer, acts of loving service, etc.) in the home.
6. Everything you do in church on Sunday should go home in bite-sized chunks Monday – Saturday to continue and deepen the discussion between parents and children.
7. You gotta open the kid before you open the book. – Rich Melheim
8. Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theater. – Gail Godwin
9. "It's a sin to bore a kid with the Gospel" – Jim Rayburn
10. The passing on of the faith to the next generation is much too important a task to be left in the hands of those who are paid to do it. – April Ulrich Larsen
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