Nurturing Children’s Spirituality
The work of children’s spiritual formation is often a marginalized component in the church’s overall ministry. Dr. Pam King together with a myriad of scholars, researchers, and ministry leaders join the conversation about how to effectively nurture the spirituality of children in Story, Formation, and Culture: From Theory to Practice in Ministry with Children. Built around the three themes of story, formation, and culture, this volume blends cutting-edge research and insights with attention to how we can bring theory into practice in our ministries with children. Dr. Pam King shares her insights on helping youth find their purpose in God’s ultimate story and how they can contribute to the world. This book seeks to equip pastors, leaders, and scholars with cutting-edge research and practices that effectively strengthen their ministries with children.
Espinoza, Benjamin D., Estep, James Riley, Jr., Morgenthaler, Shirley. (2018). Story, Formation, and Culture: From Theory to Practice in Ministry with Children. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications.
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