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Author(s): Rebecca Nye
This concise guide is an ideal introduction to the increasingly popular topic of children's spirituality. Mixing theory with tips on 'good practice', leading expert Rebecca Nye...
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This concise guide is an ideal introduction to the increasingly popular topic of children's spirituality. Mixing theory with tips on 'good practice', leading expert Rebecca Nye shows how choices made in churches and homes can stimulate or stifle a child's spiritual development, exploring:
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'A brilliant mix of thought provoking theology and challenging practical applications. It has changed how I see children and church.' - Ben Mizen, Youth and Children's Work Adviser, Diocese of Portsmouth
'A powerful reaffirmation and exploration of the importance of childhood spirituality for the ministry and mission of the church, which will be welcomed by all working in this field.' - Alister McGrath
Dr Rebecca Nye has been working in the field of children's spirituality as a researcher, consultant and practitioner since 1994 and has been a member of the Board of Education (Archbishops' Council) since 2003. She is a leading trainer for Berryman's Godly Play and was responsible for bringing the initiative to the UK, Germany and Finland. Rebecca has produced a number of books and essays in her field including Children's Spirituality: What it is and why it matters and a contriubution to Through the Eyes of a Child.
Visit Rebecca Nye's website.