Parents, pastors, and youth workers everywhere are trying to answer one question:
How do we effectively disciple preteens?
During this time of change, curiosity, and skepticism, people struggle to guide preteens in their developing spiritual journeys. In A Faith of Their Own: Understanding the Common Cry of Preteens Chris Folmsbee offers practical tools to keep preteens engaged in exploring and experiencing God. You'll find:
Ideas for putting preteens' skills to good use serving the church and the community
Insight into helping preteens find their identities in Christ
Useful examples for how to put concepts in into practice
This book will leave you encouraged, inspired, and better equipped to guide preteens toward becoming more like Jesus.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 160 Vendor: Beacon Hill Press Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches) ISBN: 0834130149 ISBN-13: 9780834130142 Availability: In Stock
This book provides parents an entry into engaging the faith formation of preteens and young teens before they have mostly separated into a faith of their own. Deeply theological while still easily readable and practical, Folmsbee gives parents a greatly needed gift.
Chris Folmsbee shares a bounty of rich resources, concepts, ideas, suggestions, and questions that will fuel the imaginations of all parents concerned about teh spirituality and development of their children.