The Apollos Project
Chap Bettis is the author of The Disciple-Making Parent: Raising Your Children to Love and Follow Jesus Christ and the executive director of The Apollos Project, a ministry devoted to helping parents disciple their children. For the previous 25 years, he was lead pastor in a New England church plant. He also wrote The Donut Date Journal, Evangelism for the Tongue-Tied and The Fearless Apologetics Curriculum.
He and his wife, Sharon, have homeschooled their four adult children for their entire grade school and high school experience. As a pastor in New England for the past 25 years, Chap understands both the word of God and the everyday issues of family life. In addition, Chap grew up in a Christian home and wrestled with questions about the faith. As an apologetics teacher for the past 12 years, he understands and has helped numerous young people overcome those nagging questions.
When he is not ministering the word, Chap likes cycling, skiing, reading, and checking out restaurants with his wife. You can follow him on twitter and Instagram @chapbettis or on his blog.
Workshops from Chap Bettis ( may vary by event location )
The Disciple-Making Parent: Raising Your Children to Love and Follow Jesus Christ
The reason we started homeschooling was to disciple our children. Unfortunately, we can become so busy educating them that we forget to disciple them. In our time together, we will think about: why young people walk away from the faith, why they stay, and what we as parents should focus on. Come learn how to keep the main thing the main thing.
Gospel Truths That Homeschoolers Forget
We believe in the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. So why do so many of our homeschools not reflect that gospel? Why having started in the Spirit, are we now homeschooling in the flesh? Come be reminded of the gospel truths we forget. You will leave encouraged!
Raising Children to Be Courageous Communicators for Christ
We live in a culture growing increasingly hostile to Christianity. But God can use our words to affect minds and hearts. Come learn about the power of apologetics and worldview in the life of your family and how to raise confident, courageous communicators who will make a difference in the world.
Aaron and His Sons: Understanding the Dangers of Passive Fathering
In Leviticus 10 we read the serious disobedience of Aaron’s four sons. Could their sin have been connected to Aaron’s passivity as a father? In this session for men will examine our enemy of spiritual passivity and talk about strategies to defeat it.