The Family-Friendly Church

The Family Friendly Church You want families in your church to know Jesus To glorify God in their neighborhoods To raise faithful children So help them get the job done by becoming a family friendly church Join veteran Christia

  • Title: The Family-Friendly Church
  • Author: Ben F. Freudenburg
  • ISBN: 9780764420481
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • You want families in your church to know Jesus To glorify God in their neighborhoods To raise faithful children So help them get the job done by becoming a family friendly church Join veteran Christian educator Ben Freudenburg as he journeys across America to find family friendly churches Churches that truly care for their families including the families ofYou want families in your church to know Jesus To glorify God in their neighborhoods To raise faithful children So help them get the job done by becoming a family friendly church Join veteran Christian educator Ben Freudenburg as he journeys across America to find family friendly churches Churches that truly care for their families including the families of their pastors Discover how key churches are revolutionizing family ministry How they re discipling parents to lead their children Bringing families together at church, and equipping families for a home based, church supported ministry This book is a must have for every pastor Discover how certain programming can often short circuit your church s ability to truly strengthen familiesaand what you can do about it You ll get practical ideas and suggestions featuring profiles of real churches It also includes thought provoking application worksheets that will help you apply the principles and insights to your own church.

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    1. This is an amazing book. The insights and direction are right on and so biblically corrent. But that also means, that it is very counter cultural! The modern church has so overshadowed parent's roles albeit out of good intentions and apparent need. This book shows a church how to grow families in their faith- allowing their homes to become becons of light in the world! My reservations are that I became so frustrated. I was so inspired and was given the tools for change through the book but left [...]

    2. I'm a volunteer youth leader at our mid-size church in a big city in Canada, and I've been thinking a lot lately about work/life balance and how the church doesn't seem to be very good at encouraging that in its staff, and in a conversation about that issue, someone recommended this book.There's a LOT of truth in here, and good observations about the toxicity of overwork among church workers. The author writes "So many of us have interpreted 'lay down your life' as 'obliterate your boundaries'", [...]

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