The Love Dare for Parents

Some days it’s easy to love your kids. Other days prove more challenging. That’s why parents need to intentionally seek out ways to encourage, teach and bless our children daily. To help with this, brothers Stephen and Alex Kendrick, best known for their films, “Courageous” and “Fireproof”, talk to parents about their book, “The Love Dare for Parents,” a 40-day dare to parents to love their kids.

Film producers Stephen and Alex Kendrick challenge parents through their new book, "The Love Dare for Parents," to parent with purpose for 40 days, taking each day to intentionally love their children with the love of God. View Show Notes →
Brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick reminisce about their childhood and the often comical spats they had growing up, and still sometimes have today. They point to their faith in Christ as the glue that bonds them together. View Show Notes →
Parents need to intentionally seek out ways to encourage, teach and bless our children daily. Stephen and Alex Kendrick talk to parents about their book, "The Love Dare for Parents," a 40-day dare to parents to love their kids. View Show Notes →

Meet Series Guests

Alex Kendrick

Alex Kendrick is a follower of Jesus Christ and has a passion to tell stories of hope and redemption. He is a co-writer for the screenplays and books, and he's the director and editor for Kendrick Brothers' films.

Alex has spoken to churches, universities, conferences, and businesses all across America and in other countries. He has been featured on FOX News, CNN, ABC World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, Time Magazine, and many other media outlets. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University and attended seminary before being ordained into ministry.

Alex and his wife, Christina, live in Albany, Georgia, with their six children. They are active members of Sherwood Church in Albany.

Stephen Kendrick

Stephen Kendrick is a co-writer and producer for Sherwood Pictures. He also works with Provident Films developing marketing and Bible study resources for churches in conjunction with Sherwood movies. Their first movie,Facing the Giants, played in more than 1,000 theaters after its September 2006 release and grossed more than $10 million in box office receipts. The Giants DVD was later released in 14 languages, in 56 countries, and on every continent. More than 6,500 churches have used the movie for ministry and community outreach.