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  • Teach Your Children Well


    Half of Christian high school students walk away from their faith after graduation.

    But parental involvement is the most influential predictor of a child’s spirituality throughout their lives. How do we parent our kids in ways that lead to lasting faith?

    Sarah Cowan Johnson unpacks how parents can have an active discipleship role in forming their children’s faith, with age-appropriate insights and strategies for different developmental stages. She shows how we can identify God moments, facilitate spiritual encounters, clarify emerging beliefs, and encourage new faith habits in our children.

    Filled with exercises and activities for families to do together, this handbook is an essential resource for discipling children with confidence and creativity.

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  • Youth Worship Source Book


    Unit Topics
    1. Introduction To Worship
    2. Opening And Closing Worship
    3. Music In Worship
    4. Prayer
    5. Visuals
    6. Scripture
    7. Preaching
    8. The Body And The Senses
    9. Offering
    10. The Lord’s Supper

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    Given a chance, high school youth have a lot of ideas and energy to bring to congregational worship. How can they be encouraged, trained, and involved in worship leading?

    This book brings education together with hands-on participation. Each of the 10 units introduces one aspect of worship-openings and closings, public prayer, visual art, and others-and offers curriculum modules that not only teach youth about it, but also put it into practice. Each unit includes helpful ideas for times when youth may be in charge of a service or involved in an element of worship.

    As a “source book,” this volume is meant to be used in a modular way, allowing you to pick which elements are most relevant to the needs and structure of your group. While written with Mennonite youth in mind, the material can easily be adapted for intergenerational and ecumenical settings as well.

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