I Wish Everyday Was Sunday
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Ed Dunlop has decades of successful experience in working with children in all phases of the ministry. In this book, he draws from that experience to lay out the nuts and bolts of how to work effectively with the children in your own local church.
You will find easy-to-follow instructions on how to prepare a lesson that will connect with your young pupils. There are also guidelines for the use of visual aids, including the use of technology such as PowerPoint.
Of course, the goal of working with children is to reach them for Christ. Tips are given on how best to present the Gospel to children and give an invitation to which they will respond. You will also learn more about how to increase the size of your class.
Evangelist Ed Dunlop gives a comprehensive, practical and logical plan for your children’s ministries that will have your kids saying, “I Wish Every Day Was Sunday”.
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