7 Family Ministry Essentials {Litfuse Review}

7 Family Ministry Essentials {Litfuse Review}
 
About the book:

7 Family Ministry Essentials: A Strategy for Culture Change in Children’s and Student Ministries (David C. Cook, June 2015)

With decades of ministry experience, Michelle Anthony and Megan Marshman capture the guiding essentials of life-changing familyministry.

These seven essentials for children and student leaders emphasize:

1. Empowering families to take spiritual leadership in the home 
2. Forming lifetime faith that transcends childhood beliefs 
3. Teaching Scripture as the ultimate authority of truth 
4. Understanding the role of the Holy Spirit to teach and transform 
5. Engaging every generation in the gospel of God’s redemptive story 
6. Making God central in every biblical narrative and daily living 
7. Participating in community with like-minded ministry leaders

7 Family Ministry Essentials will energize and equip you with the practical steps, inspirational stories, and biblical foundation you need as you lead those in your ministry.

Purchase a copy: http://bit.ly/1KIAw33

About the Authors:  

 

DR. MICHELLE ANTHONY is the vice president and publisher of learning resources at David C Cook and a popular speaker in the area of family ministry. She is the author of Spiritual Parenting, The Big God Story, and Becoming a Spiritually Healthy Family. Michelle has graduate degrees in Christian education, Bible and theology as well as over twenty-five years of familyministry experience. Michelle and her husband, Michael are the parents of two adult children and live in Colorado.

MEGAN MARSHMAN is the director of student resources and production for David C Cook and has led and challenged thousands of students in their faith at Hume Lake Christian Camps. With a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Azusa Pacific University, Megan speaks nationally at churches, conferences, and university chapels. She and her husband, Randy, live in Long Beach, California.

 
My thoughts:
 
Guys.  This book.  I’d say I love it but that wouldn’t be the truth.  This book is a wonderful resource.  It confirms what my husband and I believe about our family and how to spiritually teach our children.  This book just gives you more ideas and ways to do that.  It also gives you some information to use should someone not agree with your choices.  Let’s all be honest.  We don’t always have the best comebacks or answers sometimes when people ask us the difficult questions.  I’ve found some wonderful answers here!
 
 
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