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Side by Side with God in Everyday Life

Helping Children to Grow with God Through All Times

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ISBN-13: 9781841018553
Published: 19/08/2011
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This is an ideal springboard for sharing "Bible" truths with their children in church and the home. Short, yet thought-provoking reflections designed to draw the child in to the story and promote discussion. This title uses "The Bible" as a starting point to explores 28 contemporary topics. Each theme explored through wondering, story, discussion, reflection and prayer. It is suitable for use with 6-10s in midweek and Sunday groups.
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Just done 'A time for laughing' with Jamie. Big success. Loved it and had a really good chat! Gonna dig deeper tomorrow! Derek Old (father of eight-year-old Jamie) Because it tackles issues that most resources available to junior-church leaders avoid, I consider it the gem in this collection of new books. I will hold it in readiness for that moment when a pastoral issue arises that demands a departure from the lectionary cycle, and when I need to find a way to open up the biggest questions of life for the children in my care. From the Church Times

Author Information

Yvonne Morris

Yvonne Morris is Children's Adviser for the Diocese of Oxford, helping, supporting, training and advising churches and their workers on their ministry with children. Yvonne still gets to practise ministry locally at St Matthew's and Luke's Churches in Oxford, where she was Youth and Children's Minister for ten and a half years before taking up her diocesan role and, further afield, working with tweens on summer camps for West Runton Holidays.

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