“This book is a delightful medley of theories, stories, and personal experiences that Elsie Rempel uses to impart her wisdom about how grandparents (whether biological or honorary) can pass on the faith. And in the process, seniors will discover that their faith can in turn be shaped by the young people in their lives.” – David M. Csinos, author of Children’s Ministry that Fits.
“Elsie Rempel applies her zest, experience , and creativity as she weaves together the gifts and needs of children and seniors. Both generations have a higher calling to be the church together. We recommend this book as an instrument in revitalizing the health of both family and church.” – Robert J. and Irene Suderman, retired leaders in Mennonite Church Canada.
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