ERLC Podcast Episode

Show Notes

In today’s society, children will grow up with far more access to technology than previous generations. Each piece of art that they will come in contact with tells a certain story. With this in mind, how can parents use the gifts of story and song as a way of shaping families and their children? At our National Conference, Russell Moore lead a panel discussion with Sally Lloyd-Jones, Andrew Peterson, Randall Goodgame, Phil Vischer on what role the arts can play in family life.

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Russell Moore

Russell Moore is President of the ERLC. In this role, he leads the organization in all its efforts to connect the agenda of the kingdom of Christ to the cultures of local congregations for the sake of the mission of the... Read More

Sally Lloyd-Jones

Sally Lloyd-Jones is a British children's book writer and the author of the The Jesus Storybook Bible. Lloyd-Jones was born in Kampala, Uganda and studied Art History with French at University of Sussex and Paris-Sorbonne University. Read More

Andrew Peterson

Andrew Peterson is a Christian musician and author.  Read More

Phil Vischer

Phil Vischer is a Christian animator, writer, voice actor and songwriter best known for creating the hit video series VeggieTales. Read More

Randall Goodgame

Randall Goodgame is a Christian singer/songwriter and the creative forc behind the classic children's musical series, Slugs & Bugs. Goodgame has also written songs for Veggie Tales and Andrew Peterson. Read More

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