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Re-thinking Children’s Work in Churches

Re-thinking Children’s Work in Churches

A Practical Guide

Edited by Carolyn Edwards, Sian Hancock and Sally Nash

Quick Overview

Focusing on the holistic development of the child, the purpose of this book is to re-envision holistic approaches, as well as to prepare and inspire those involved in or wishing to support church-based children's ministry. By drawing on an international group of authors, this guide offers best practice advice from the wider world.
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Paperback / softback
2019, 8.98in x 5.98in / 228mm x 152mm, 200pp
ISBN: 9781785921254
AU$39.99

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Drawing on current scholarship and research by authors with experience of a range of International contexts who are experts in their field, this accessible guide focuses on approaches that encourage spiritual, physical, mental and emotional development in children.

By outlining a range of lenses through which readers can reflect on their ministry with children and their families. this book offers inspiration to help them improve their practice. Up-to-date research and thinking provides a fresh and flexible understanding of work with children and families. It also prepares readers to develop and support a team that can take responsibility for the key areas needed in an effective children's ministry.

With each chapter featuring practice examples, relevant theory, theological reflections, opportunities for contemplation and suggestions for further reading, Re-Thinking Children's Work in Churches is an accessible and indispensable guide for those wishing to focus on the holistic development of the child.

Reviews

'Too often decisions about ministry with children are devised around activities, allowing thinking about our actions to take a back seat. Thinking and re-thinking in this area is vital! In this useful collection of essays, voices from diverse perspectives make clear issues which surely invite reflection and deep change.'
- Dr Rebecca Nye, Associate Lecturer at The Open University; Trainer at Godly Play UK