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Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Publication Date: 2017|
Creative Ideas for Sacramental Worship with ChildrenSimon RundellCanterbury Press / 2011 / Trade Paperback$39.99
Teaching Kids Authentic Worship: How to Keep Them Close to God for LifeKathleen ChapmanBaker Books / 2003 / Trade Paperback$14.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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Jason Helopoulos encourages the church to embrace the important part children play in the life of the church and unfolds the enormous blessings to be found in having them present in the worship services of the congregation. He points out how the struggles are temporary - whereas the blessings can be eternal.
In Let the Children Worship, Jason Helopoulos instills a sense of anticipation of what will happen as children are not only blessed by their presence among the body of Christ but also bless us with their presence.
In a series of short chapters, Jason Helopoulos explains the nature and importance of worship and then offers practical guidance on how to communicate this to our young people. This is a very useful and practical book which deserves to be widely read in our churches.
Let the Children Worship presents an easy-to-follow roadmap on the joy and responsibility of incorporating our children into corporate worship. I wish I had this book ten years ago!
Sundays can be the hardest day of the week. I often find myself behind the piano, trying to focus on the tune instead of the visitors I invited for lunch, one eye on my pew-full of children. Jason's book provides solid refreshment for parents and church leaders, encouraging us to think clearly - biblically! - about what worship is and why we do it. Theological framework and practical applications for parents and leaders make this a book useful not only as a how-to guide, but also as a guidepost, encouraging us to view worship as a foretaste of heaven along our earthly pilgrimage.
In Jesus' ministry, the disciples were at one point indignant at the presence of children ... In this fine book, Jason Helopoulos makes a compelling Scriptural case for the inclusion of children in worship. It deserves serious and sustained consideration.