Help Your Kids in their Faith Without Being Cheesy

Mar 31, 2010 | 0 comments

Here’s a powerful endorsement of the TrueU series and its impact with young adults and their walk with Christ: 

“I’ve spent over 17 years working with students.  One of the toughest challenges is finding good curricula.  Most of the stuff out there was either too lame and cheesy or too shallow–nothing you could use with students without reservation.  TrueU has finally solved the problem.  Their DVD curriculum is deep, equipping students with a sophisticated but accessible defense of the faith.  But it’s also pretty cool, produced in a way that won’t have you thinking, “There’s another tacky Christian product.” Seriously, this video curriculum needs to be shown in Christian homes, youth groups, and schools across the nation, if we’re going to adequately train up a new generation of Christ followers.”

That’s the opinion of Brett Kunkle, Student Impact Director for Stand To Reason. Brett has been one of our main speakers for our City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conferences each of the past two years.

How do you keep your child from being “vulnerable” when they go to college?

TrueU: Does God Exist is a DVD series from the creators of The Truth Project. The host, Dr. Stephen Meyer, plays a “philosophical survival game” pitting four worldviews against one another in the quest to decide which one gives the best answers.

TrueU examines the existing evidence surrounding Christianity and provides the tools your kids need to defend their faith and make it their own.


There is no training event necessary to receive the TrueU DVD set- you can simply purchase the DVD through our office.

The suggested donation of this 10-Lesson DVD set with a 64-page discussion booklet is $39.99. To order, call 717-545-0600 or email Dan at

A bonus extra on the DVD is the 45-minute film entitled The Toughest Test in College: Why Students are failing to keep their faith on campus. This shares stories of students who were tested by their peers and professors and stood in opposition to false worldviews. It’s the reason TrueU is so critical for our next generation to be equipped with.

The primary target audience for TrueU is students ages 15-22 — i.e., high school students who are preparing to go to college and undergraduate students who have already begun to experience an onslaught of challenges both in and out of the classroom.

Any adult can also find the teaching very valuable. TrueU is a great resource for youth groups, Sunday School classes, home-based small groups, homeschools, and any individual who want to strengthen their faith.