Growing Up with God: Using Stories to Explore a Child's Faith and Life

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Novalis, 2003 - Religion - 268 pages
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"One way to help children ""grow up with God"" is through storytelling. By telling children stories that speak of their concerns, by listening to the stories that children long to tell, and by exploring their questions, parents and teachers can help them to grow up trusting God. This book is a how-to manual, developing the latent storyteller in each person; a workbook, showing how to interact with children using stories; and a treasury of stories with which to practice, play and, most importantly, tell."

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This book about faith and storytelling results from the author's positive experiences as a child in Sunday school in a Canadian Presbyterian congregation in the 1960s and her more than 20 years as ... Read full review


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