When your kids don’t understand you because you grew up poor

After growing up amid violence and poverty, how easy is it to teach children about security and plenty? Rev. Esau McCaulley is contributing opinion writer for The New York Times and assistant professor of New Testament at Wheaton College. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss his childhood in a low-income neighborhood and how that’s sometimes created a disconnect between him and his more well-off kids. His recent article is headlined “I Grew Up Poor. How Am I Supposed to Raise My Middle-Class Kids?