Tag Archives: children in worship

Resources, week 3

When children are young it can be helpful to provide a quiet activity during portions of the worship service. It’s important to choose wisely,

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Resources, week 1

We’re hearing from parents who want to worship together as a family, but aren’t sure their children can handle an extended time of attentive behavior. We found it helpful to use quiet activities for the younger set during more formal times, such … Continue reading

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Facing the Challenge

Chapter 9 Facing the Challenge May he send you help from the sanctuary and grant you support from Zion. Psalm 20:2 “We talked; we prayed; we checked everything out. We thought we were going to make warm family memories, but … Continue reading

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Real People Found Here

“Please don’t think that all of these steps and transitions flowered into each other seamlessly. We are a real family made up of real people, and there are hitches all along the way. Each setback was an opportunity to review … Continue reading

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Create a Model out of Nothing?

“We understand the pattern of having families together in corporate worship is not something every congregation or set of parents has witnessed for themselves. It can be rather disconcerting to try to create a model out of nothing (except, of … Continue reading

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