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Where are the children?

by Margaret Withers

Jacket

Paperback
Price: £7.99
Publisher:Barnabas imprint of BRF
Published:18 February 2005
ISBN:978-1-841-01361-9
Review:
Most of the youngsters attending church are the children of the congregation. Margaret Withers identifies another group of 'hidden' children who use the church hall for sports or drama, belong to a uniformed organisation or visit as part of an RE lesson. This book is about enabling those children to hear the Christian story. It aims to provide thought-provoking guidance to explore the wealth of opportunities for evangelism among children, and a training base for clergy and children's workers.

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