This resource draws from the authors' experience in addition to a range of traditional and popular sources to explain what a children's ministry could look like and why it matters.
This user-friendly resource sets to inform, inspire, and guide parents, covering a range of themes involving faith formation in children.
This resource presents diverse ways to look at the future of faith formation, highlighting strategies for bringing faith to life.
This resource offers insight into serving adults in congregations, bringing together experts in faith formation, adults education, generational studies, and congregational life.
This resource combines research-based findings with practical tools to examine what makes for effective faith transmission and why, proposing that congregations put families at the center.
Scripturally-based, this book equips congregations to attend to the family as the center of faith formation.
This resource presents a home-centered faith formation approach as a way to establish lifelong faith among young people and their families.
This resource offers a new approach to faith formation, outlining four practices that involve adding intergenerational activities and encouraging home-based practices.
Composed by a variety of contributors, this book examines spiritual formation from the missional church perspective, giving readers a clearer idea of the purpose behind a missional church.
This resource provides a conceptual framework and practical insights to help leaders understand and implement effective ministry strategies for a changing church and world.