The ABC's of Children's Sermons Paperback

Based on The Revised Common Lectionary Passages

by Dr. Melanie Barton;


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The ABC's of Children's Sermons

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Children's sermons are often inadequately prepared, understood maybe only by the adults, and leave the youth wanting something to which they can relate. Because children take what you say literally, the stories need to be brief, to the point, and use simple and age-appropriate words. Leaders need to get and stay on the children's eye level. This book will help you do that by offering a written sample story related to one of the week's lectionary passages. An accompanying auditory example is told on the CDs. Each lesson tells you what props are needed. The storyteller is encouraged to include some of their own personal walk with God to make the sermonettes come alive. These tools will prepare you to plan ahead to present a relevant, effective message that the boys and girls will not only learn from but will come back wanting to hear more.

The ABC's of Children's Sermons by Dr. Melanie Barton was published by Westbow Press in September 2012 and is our 46349th best seller. The ISBN for The ABC's of Children's Sermons is 9781449768577.

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Page last updated 3rd December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWestbow Press (September 2012)
Weight336g
Number of Pages224
Thickness12 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9781449768577
ISBN-101449768571
Product Code4064827
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