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Services that Jay Offers
Small Group Seminars
Jay specializes in small group seminars for churches and families on topics such as parenting, family, youth, communication, child-rearing and more.
Jay Younts and his late wife, Ruth Younts, and are grateful parents of 2 daughters, 3 sons, and are grandparents to 5 wonderful grandchildren. It has been Jay's privilege for the last 40 years to teach, counsel, and write about biblical parenting.
Over the years, his passion for this topic has grown into a YouTube channel where Jay hopes to reach the many families and individuals who need daily encouragement from God's Word. He currently serves as an elder in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and is honored to be a member of Village Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC.
Jay has been privileged, in God's providence, to have worked with a wide range of issues relating to the Christian life, especially those dealing with relationships. He is committed to the sufficiency of Scripture to address the challenges that we all face in life. He is deeply persuaded that life is about our relationship with God and not about keeping a set of rules. We are God's "work of art" in progress so that we can embrace the good things that Christ has called us to do. Ephesians 2:10
Books by Jay Younts
Everyday Talk: Talking Freely and Naturally About God With Your Children
Learn how to use ordinary conversations to show your kids the goodness and wisdom of God.
God first gave specific instructions for being a parent in Deuteronomy 6. He instructs parents to talk to their children everyday about God and His ways. Everyday Talk offers practical, creative ways to do that. With clear biblical teaching, John Younts illustrates how to lead your children into a greater awareness of the presence and glory of God.
Slogging Along in the Path of Righteousness
by Dale Ralph Davis
Will we find that depression is our final response to a hard path -- will faith carry us across?