Postmodern Children's Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century

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Zondervan, 2004 - Religion - 165 pages

This practical, thought-provoking book presents a new paradigm for children's ministry in the emerging 21ST century and explores how churches are currently putting that vision into practice. Advocating the need to regard children as full participants in their faith communities, the book provides strategies for building intergenerational community where children feel they belong and have the opportunity to serve.

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Helpful overview that attempts to provide a ministry philosophy that engages with postmodern issues. (JKC) Read full review

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Ivy Beckwith is a graduate of Gordon College, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and holds a PhD in education from Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois. Born and raised in new England, Ivy has been children's minister of Colonial Church in Edina, Minnesota, since July 2000. Her primary responsibility is preschool and children's education, where her focus is the spiritual formation of Colonial's children and families.

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