Child-Centered Spirituality: Helping children develop their own spirituality

Child Centered Spirituality Helping children develop their own spirituality Where did Grandma go when she died Why doesn t God stop bad things from happening Many parents have experienced a child asking difficult spiritual questions usually at inopportune moments While we stu

  • Title: Child-Centered Spirituality: Helping children develop their own spirituality
  • Author: Janet Logan Tara Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Where did Grandma go when she died Why doesn t God stop bad things from happening Many parents have experienced a child asking difficult spiritual questions usually at inopportune moments While we stumble around trying to think of an answer, we feel inadequate and sometimes startled by their questions If you re like most adults, you try your hardest to avoid thinkWhere did Grandma go when she died Why doesn t God stop bad things from happening Many parents have experienced a child asking difficult spiritual questions usually at inopportune moments While we stumble around trying to think of an answer, we feel inadequate and sometimes startled by their questions If you re like most adults, you try your hardest to avoid thinking much about questions like these So why on earth is a child asking you about them We talk with our children about the importance of school work, about physical health, about how to navigate social difficulties We even talk with them about sex, drugs, and internet safety or if we don t, we know we should So why do we find it so difficult to talk with children about God Whether you are a parent, grandparent, teacher, foster parent, or other caregiver, this is a book to help you engage with the children in your life about their spiritual needs.

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