Are children's sermons useful? Are they to entertain or edify? And if they are meaningful, are they well prepared and well delivered? Armstrong addresses these and other questions as he shares his years of experience as a pastor who has delivered hundreds of children's sermons. Useful and practical information about children, the message, and effective methods are explored. This is a must have book for clergy and lay leaders who will be responsible for sharing the Word of God with children.
William Armstrong is an ordained minister in the UnitedChurch of Christ and the retired pastor of Burton Congregational Church in Burton, Ohio. He received his M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York.