Many people have unquestioned answers—clichés they’ve believed that keep their faith at a shallow level. For example, “God is good all the time” and not just when I like what he is doing for me right now. We’ve all heard “love the sinner – hate the sin!” This cliché suggests that others’ sins are worse for them than ours are for us. And saying, “it’s not my place to judge” when we ought to ask questions that display curiosity and friendly determination instead. Asking, not telling, helps people see past our faults. This talk will show parents how to recognize false statements and how to help kids see the lie and embrace truth.