“Are we all God’s children, or only Christians?”……The Bible is clear that all people are God's creation (Colossians 1:16), and that God loves the entire world (John 3:16), but only those who are born again are children of God (John 1:1211:52Romans 8:161 John 3:1-10).……In Scripture, the lost are never referred to as children of God. […]

“What does the Bible say about adoption?”……Answer: Giving children up for adoption can be a loving alternative for parents who may, for various reasons, be unable to care for their own children. It can also be an answer to prayer for many couples who have not been able to have children of their own. Adoption […]

“Where do I find the age of accountability in the Bible? What happens to babies and young children when they die?”……Answer: Frequently lost in the discussion regarding the age of accountability is the fact that children, no matter how young, are not "innocent" in the sense of being sinless. The Bible tells us that even […]

“How young can you be and ask Jesus to be your Savior?”……Answer: There is definitely no age requirement for salvation. Jesus Himself declared, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these" (Matthew 19:14). As soon as children are old enough to […]

“Does the Bible instruct us to have childlike faith?”……Answer: Unquestionably, faith is the essence of the Christian life. Faith is exhorted throughout the Bible and is presented as an absolute necessity. In fact, "without faith, it is impossible to please God" (Hebrews 11:6). The entire chapter of Hebrews 11 is about faith and those who […]

“What does the Bible say about breastfeeding?”……To start, it is important to understand that the Bible does not give any specific instructions on breastfeeding. In spite of that, there are Christians who come down very strongly on each side of the debate, often to the detriment of Christian love and unity, not to mention our […]

“Will babies and young children be taken in the Rapture?”……Answer: The Bible does not specifically say what will happen to babies, infants, and children when the rapture occurs. This causes many Christians to worry that they will be taken in the rapture, and their young children will be left behind to face the terrible tribulation. […]