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Mama Bear Apologetics

By Hillary Morgan Ferrer & Rebekah Valerius

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Description

Mama Bear Apologetics is a podcast for mothers of biological, adopted, or spiritual children who want to learn about how to defend the Christian faith, help give their children reasons for faith, and understand the worldviews that challenge Christian faith in the first place.

Customer Reviews

My favorite podcast

Mamma Bear is my favorite podcast. I started listening to podcasts a few months ago, discovered this one, and quickly got through all of them. Please make more! And I can hardly wait for your book! I am a mom and I teach preschoolers in Sunday School. I find myself challenged to teach the little ones apologetics now. Thanks!

Love it

I’m not a mom. Like I’m a high school graduate but I love this podcast especially when y’all get Alisa on. 😊👍

Is this really a Christian podcast?

I listened to the February 2018 podcast about Jen Hatmaker. No, they didn't have her on the show. Instead they chose to take this time to pick apart a woman, publicly. Who has the time or the hardened heart to listen to opinion and judgment when someone isn't around to defend themselves? This doesn't ring to my understanding of Christianity.

Mama Bear Apologetics
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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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