Building Faith Families is focused on strengthening, teaching, encouraging, validating, and exhorting parents and families to follow the biblical model for the Christian home. Building Faith Families helps develop engaged parents — the common denominator in building a lifelong love of learning in a student.
Steve and his wife Sandra have been married since 1979. They have been blessed with four sons, three lovely daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren. Steve addresses a variety of topics at conferences to encourage parents as they seek to build families of faith. His messages are rooted in scripture, illustrated from personal experience, and filled with practical application. He has served in full or part time pastoral ministry for many years after graduating from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. A former math teacher who has taught at all levels of math in public, private, and Christian schools, Steve is also the founder of Math-U-See.
In addition to his free podcasts and newsletter, Steve Demme has developed these resources to strengthen, teach, and encourage families as they seek to follow the biblical model for the Christian home.
Scripture-based tips for teaching the Word of God to children of all ages
Family Worship is an encouraging book that shares Steve’s practical scripture-based tips for teaching the word of God to children of all ages. He also addresses common obstacles we all face in establishing the discipline of regular family worship.
Hymns for Family Worship is a collection of 100 classic hymns that will assist your family in learning timeless classics and singing them together in your home, car, or church. The print is large enough for children to read easily, and the four CDs provide piano accompaniment for learning the tunes.
With Steve Demme’s signature humility, humor, and sharp math skills, practical math instruction is combined with Biblical principles of finance and discipleship material. This second edition is updated with current topics relevant to young people aged 15-17, who are beginning to explore more independent financial opportunities and responsibilities.