The Day When God Made the Church

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Paraclete Press, Incorporated, 2016 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Children love birthday parties. This is a book - a first of its kind - to help kids understand and celebrate the birthday of the Church. The Day When God Made the Church is the story of Pentecost and how the Holy Spirit shaped, and continues to shape, who we are as God's Church. Children will learn the story of Pentecost: the sights, sounds, and events of that miraculous day described in the Book of Acts. They will also discover who the Holy Spirit is and how God calls each of us to follow Jesus. At the end, parents, educators, ministers will discover fresh ways to celebrate Pentecost with children in their own churches and families.

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About the author (2016)

Rebekah McLeod Hutto is a Presbyterian U.S.A. minister currently serving in New York City at Brick Presbyterian Church. She and her husband, B.J., who is also an ordained minister, are originally from the South, both growing up in loving and supportive churches. Living in the city, they are raising their children to love the diversity and culture of New York City. As a child Rebekah was surrounded by stories, thanks to her mother, and one day hoped to write engaging stories for children.

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