How to Open the Bible with Your Children, with Chase Replogle. Legacy Podcast S3E1

How to Open the Bible with Your Children, with Chase Replogle. Legacy Podcast S3E1

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How to Open the Bible with Your Children

Imagine getting to sit in as someone else opens the Bible with their children.

Big thanks to Chase Replogle for giving us the opportunity to do just that with his new podcast. Let’s Talk Bible for Kids (and parents). Join Andy Lamberton as he interviews Chase about family devotions, opening the Bible with our family and growing in Christlikeness as a man.

Our Guest
Chase Replogle is the pastor of Bent Oak Church in Springfield, Missouri. Host of two podcasts – the Let’s Talk Bible podcast for kids (and parents) and the Pastor Writer Podcast, on reading, writing and the Christian life. He is author of The 5 Masculine Instincts and enjoys being outdoors with his wife and two kids, sailing, playing the guitar (badly), and quail hunting with his bird dog Millie.”

0:00 – 2:50 Introductions
2:50 – 18:00 Opening the Bible with our children
18:00 – 31:53 The 5 Masculine Instincts


This is the first in our ‘How To’ series. Up next: How to Help Your Children Slow Down, with Kent Evans.


Would your church/men’s group be interested in hosting a live recording of the Legacy Podcast? It’d be craic! Send me an email –

Legacy Podcast Hosts

Andy Lamberton is the director of Legacy. He goes to the same church his parents, grandparents, great and great great-grandparents went to. Married to Debbie, they are raising their four children in Donegal with ice-pops for dessert most days. Author of Letters for Exiles: Faithful Living in a Faithless World.

Stephen Mullan directs the work of Dreamscheme Northern Ireland, a youth work charity that provides support and opportunities to young people growing up in housing estates. He also writes on the subject of youth via his newsletter Rethinking Youth. Stephen is married to Sharon and has two young children.

Stephen Mullan