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Tue 17 Jul 2018 @ 8:07
Interesting feedback! There have been some great responses to this, including
– “I tried that... broke my Kindle”… https://t.co/aiPQHc14Y7
Author(s): Margaret Withers
Too often, church for children is about containing and entertaining, rather than engaging with and growing young Christians who can give as much as they receive.
Mission-Shaped Church touched on the importance of involving and nurturing the children and young people in the Church, but only in passing; Mission-Shaped Children fills this gap. The book outlines the many obstacles that are currently preventing growth in children's work in the Church, and suggests practical and effective strategies for overcoming these.
Full of sound advice, real-life case studies, questions for discussion and guidance on sources of further advice and information, Mission-shaped Children explores:
Engaging with the messages of this book will challenge you to see your church from the perspective of the children and young people within it and, by applying the author's coherent strategies, you can transform your children's ministry.
Margaret Withers taught music in several Inner London schools and for the Open University before becoming a Diocesan Children's Advisor in 1989. She served in the dioceses of Rochester and Chelmsford. In 2001, she was appointed Archbishops' Officer for Evangelism among children, a role which ceased in 2006. She has published several books connected with children's work, including Not Just Sunday and Mission-shaped Children.
'Margaret Withers has done the whole Church of England a service by applying the strategies of Mission-shaped Church to the Church's ministry with children. The insights in this book will help the Church regain both hope and vision for its mission among children.' -- Revd Jackie Cray, previously Families and under-5s Adviser for CPAS, and Bishop Graham Cray, Chairman of the Mission-shaped Church working party