IN STORIES FOR CHILDREN by Graham R. Hodges

IN STORIES FOR CHILDREN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Who increased emphasis upon adequate worship experiences for children has many , such as the ""family service"", the inclusion of a children's sermon at the worship, and the greater length and dignity given to Sunday school de. All these give the preacher a new challenge,--to communicate to children. in Stories for Children meets this challenge in two ways : 1) The preacher quickly wealth of source material capable of easy adaptation. 2) The story method is ex is a stimulating way, so that preachers can be guided in their use of other good tales. It would be a mistake, however, to think of this book as a homiletic. Young people will enjoy reading it directly, and parents who read to their children at prayer time will discover here a most useful book.

Publisher: Abingdon