Engaging children in a church worship service can often be
difficult. How can a parent, grandparent, or church leader help a child enjoy listening and learning from the sermon? Sermon Notes for Kids provides the much needed direction that many have been looking for.
It contains 7 various note-taking activities designed for kids ages 6-12. There are 4 bonus sections included: Missionary Moments, Prayer Meeting, Communion, and a Guest Speaker Log. Each note-taking activity section contains instructions as well as additional tips and extra challenges.
Sermon Notes for Kids was born as a result of creator Jill Connelly’s years of sitting alongside her 4 children during Sunday worship services. All the activities in this book have been kid tested and approved! Parents, grandparents, and church leaders will all find this book to be a valuable tool.
But be warned! This note-taking journal has the potential to quickly become a keepsake you will treasure for years to come as you look back at your child’s notes and see how much he has grown in his ability to listen and comprehend even seemingly difficult sermons.
For convenience, this spiral-bound book is sized to fit in most standard Bible cases and is easily managed on the lap of a child as they sit in the pew.
Spiral / 6” x 8.5” / 142 pages / ISBN: 978-0-9859876-0-2
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Sermon Notes for Teens will be available May 2013.
Raising Godly Children’s Review: I highly recommend you purchase Sermon Notes for Kids written by Jill Connelly. This spiral notebook (journal style) is a fantastic way to engage younger children (ages 6-12) during the “big church” sermon. Not only do I recommend this book, I recommend that you sit with your children during the church service! What a shame it is to think that most churched kids rarely ever worship with their parents during their first 18 years on earth. This is a fantastic tool.