qChristians, Christians, Everywhere, How Do Your Gardens Grow? qhelps congregations to get the proper focus on stewardship for youth through a suggested order of service to be presented by youth. Within the service are songs, a skit and meditation, all centered on a gardening theme. Cynthia E. Cowen writes that her goal for this resource is to enable youth to participate in a worship service based on the theme of sowing and reaping in the kingdom of God. This resource helps participants and the congregation to understand the process of growth in the giving of our talents and offerings to the work of the church. Cynthia E. Cowen, Iron Mountain, Michigan, is a free-lance Christian resource writer and liturgical evangelist. As a lay worker in the church, her focus in ministry is worship, youth ministry and women's programming. She is currently working on certification as an associate in ministry. She is the author of many CSS books.The feet started tromping on the toes. ... The Creator God had just reached the edge of the universe when he heard this great commotion. ... The hands, feet, eyes, ears, legs, and arms wanted to stay in pairs since they had grown as twins.
|Title||:||Christians, Christians, Everywhere, how Do Your Gardens Grow?|
|Author||:||Cynthia E. Cowen|
|Publisher||:||CSS Publishing - 1994-01-01|