What does it look like to make disciples …o f your kids? Jason Houser, founder of Seeds Family Worship, talks to parents about the importance of training their children in the ways of God. Jason reminds moms and dads that discipleship is a lifestyle, and can be done easily through everyday opportunities.

Jason Houser tells parents that Christ's command to "go and make disciples," means teaching their children to love and serve the Lord. View Show Notes →
Jason Houser talks to parents about the importance of training their children in the ways of God, reminding parents that discipleship is a lifestyle. View Show Notes →

Meet Series Guests

Jason Houser

Jason Houser is the founder of the Seeds Worship Ministry and serves as Family Pastor at Lighthouse in Twin Falls, Idaho. Houser has been married to his wife, Heidi, for more than twenty years, and together they are discipling their three children, Ben, Brandon, and Abby.

Houser leads the Seeds Family Worship creative team in writing and recording Word-for-Word scripture worship songs. The ministry has created 10 themed albums and 4 inspiring worship DVD’s to help families worship the Lord and learn His Word together.

Houser leads multi-generational family worship events across the country geared toward encouraging and equipping families to pass their faith to their children.

Houser also recently co-wrote a parenting book called “Dedicated: Training Children To Trust and Follow Jesus” that was released by Zondervan Publishing last year. He teaches and leads worship at churches and conferences across the country, including the D6 Family Conference.

Houser draws from his background as a songwriter and music publisher. He has co-written many influential songs, including the 2010 Grammy Nominated Christian song “The Motions” by Matthew West. He also co-wrote West’s Dove Award Nominated song #1 song “More,” and Joy William’s #1 single “Hide.”

Houser loves to make music that challenges and inspires people to seek the Lord more deeply. He is passionate about helping families get into God’s Word and is committed to teaching children how to have an authentic walk with Jesus.