Resources recommended for parents wanting to know more on apologetics and/or training in their Christian faith. The list is not exhaustive. Every resource listed below has been used or reviewed prior to my personal endorsement.
Natasha Crain (christianmomthoughts.com) I speak often about her book on my blog. I highly recommend her work. She is very good at personally connecting with her readers. Her resource page is thorough but not overwhelming.
J. Warner Wallace (coldcasechristianity.com) He is a recent find for me. Atheist detective turned Christian. I would recommend his books for small group study. He not only writes adult apologetic based material, but some of his books are in kid format as well. Here is the book I am using for a future study.
RZIM (Razi Zacharias International Ministries) A good place to start learning about apologetics and then graduate into deeper study. Even though RZIM has various study levels, it can still be intimidating for new comers. I suggest RZIM at the intermediate level.
Axis helps the next generation to think critically and take ownership for their faith. They are great resource for parents in this technological age.
Stand to Reason (str.org) Trains Christians to think and defend their faith. I have really enjoyed their podcast.