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The ageing crooner leading worship that day was in full flight. He was courageously trying to get us ‘in the mood’ and willing us to experience God. A quick glance at the PowerPoint revealed that most [...]
Lessons learnt from student work in church We found it rather amusing to be asked to write a profile about the student work at our church. Our numbers are not particularly large, planning meetings involve a [...]
1. Books about family worship Lead Your Family in Worship by Francois Carr. Day One. £5 Teach Your Family the Truth by Brian Stone. Day One. £5 Teach Your Children to Pray by Denise George. Christian [...]
‘Religion was established first in families, and there the devil seeks to crush it… The family is the training ground of Church and State; and if children are not well instructed there, both will fail. Families [...]
When I was a young Christian in the nineteen-fifties I quite often heard a fellow believer described as a God-fearing man or woman. It is many years since I heard any one so described. The expression [...]
The direct responsibility of educating children in the Christian faith is given by God, not to Sunday schools, but to parents. In order for this to happen the church’s responsibility to parents, in their distinct and [...]