Children's Ministry and the Spiritual Child



Children's ministry and the spiritual child.
The authors combine qualitative research and practical ideas to help practitioners engage children and families more effectively. From a strong emphasis on receptive listening, cultivating internal motivation, and building developmental relationships to strategies for responding to difficult behaviors and trauma, each chapter offers connections with Christian scripture and social science research. Includes chapters addressing racism, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the effects of the global pandemic on family faith practices.