Parent Compass to launch faith-based web series showing struggles in Christian parenting amidst changing culture

(Reuters/M. Spencer Green/Pool)Members of the McGovern family listen during a prayer service for former U.S. Democratic Senator and three-time presidential candidate George McGovern at the First United Methodist Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 25, 2012.

Parent Compass television is about to launch a new faith-based web series that will show the struggles that Christian parents encounter amidst the fast-changing culture of their kids.

The upcoming web series by Parent Compass is meant to motivate Christian parents to continue using God's truth as the basis for raising God-fearing children. The launching of the new show comes at a time when Christians are being persecuted for sticking to their moral values while society lives sinfully, Christian Today reports.

The new Parent Compass series will have 12 parts. Each episode will feature the lives of Christian couples and the troubles they face in their marriages, faith, and parenthood. The families featured in the series will come from all sorts of economic and racial backgrounds, but their common ground is their love for God.

The first part of Parent Compass' new 12-part faith-based web series airs on May 20.

In an interview with The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), Parent Compass founder and president Natalie Jones shared her insight into the upcoming series. For her, the show help discouraged Christian parents find hope.

"Parents feeling overwhelmed and isolated now have true stories of God's peace amidst endless difficulties," Jones told CBN.

The families featured on the upcoming series include the Pitts, who are raising four daughters including a movie star. Mark and Shanell Rusk will also be featured in the series. Together, they are raising 11 kids in a Habitat for Humanity home.

The series will tackle various issues including forgiveness, raising daughters, teen arguments, and facing job loss. Parents can also use the Parent Compass website for their prayer requests and to search for more information about each episode.

In a statement on Parent Compass' website, Jones said parents should not be alone in raising kids. She said God is just waiting for Christian parents to ask him for help.