One of My faithwalker Fans asked this very direct question. How can Christian comic books reach today's kids in a positive way? What are your thoughts on this? You can answer it here or
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Clint D. Johnson of The footsteps of Matthew Cross: Faithwalker
Easily said (but not easy to do) is to present a world view that matches what the Bible says. The big one being that man is fallen and utterly sinful and only God is good. That man needs a savior and only God provides the way of salvation. This cuts right to the heart of secular stories which are humanistic in nature..every one of them. In other words present the gospel rightly. That's the positive way part and should in no way be altered to be somehow "relevant" to today's kids. Let the Holy Spirit deal with "reaching" part.
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