Sabbath is intentional time taken by individuals and faith communities to integrate the Divine with humanity and creation. Practicing Sabbath leads us to a fuller understanding of who we are as children of God. Young children (ages 3-7) lead us into new experiences of faith. These children are often most ready to practice the faith with us, and engage us in loving and caring ways. This book assumes that an adult will work with one child (or more) who probably has not yet developed reading skills. Practicing our faith is a lifelong process. When completed, this series will offer 24 practices in 10 different life settings. This series can be used at any time or stage in your life.Taking a walk with a friend Visiting someone who is ill Walking the dog Sabbath activities are intended to be joyful and to honor ... simple snack items * streamers * table covering Gather the needed supplies and review 1 Corinthians 11:17-26.
|Title||:||Keeping Sabbath [Young Children]|
|Author||:||Carol S. Wilson|
|Publisher||:||John Hunt Publishing - 2010|