This article wants to encourage a more accurate understanding of the psychological development of adolescents, in order to help churches better serve and lead them.
Many congregations make use of children's bulletins to help bridge the generation gap in worship. Making use of pictures and quizzes, such bulletins involve the children in the service and answer some of the questions children ask about worship and general church life. This article gives some suggestions on how to use such a bulletin to enhance the participation of children in the worship service.
This article offers eight points for helping children properly function and participate in corporate worship.
This article presents five reasons to include children in the worship service: it is the pattern of Scripture, a model for the children for life, the place of God's promised blessing, an encouragement to other families, and an encouragement to the parents. The article also offers some caveats regarding infants and toddlers.
Children must be taught to worship. This article looks at ten areas that can assist parents in teaching their children to worship.