A new book by this title ends with this question, “How will you put together the clothing of your life with the wardrobe of Christ?” It’s a great question to ponder, even if you haven’t read about the ways the … Continue reading
Posted in Book Reviews, Clothing, community, Differently abled spirituality, Pastoral Psychology, spirituality
Tagged Book review, challenge, cultural contexts, faith formation, family, gender, life stages, personality types, spirituality
I really appreciate April’s review and wise perspective on the topic of soul care. Read on and enjoy: Soul Keeping by John Ortberg.
Mothering Mennonite edited by Rachel Epp Buller and Kerry Fast(2013,Demeter Press) Demeter Press Demeter Press Demeter Press Book review by Elsie Rempel When I saw the title, Mothering Mennonite, I expected some reflective, anecdotal narratives on the topic of mothering … Continue reading
The Spiritual Guidance of Children: Montessori, Godly Play, and the Future, by Jerome Berryman (2013, Morehouse Publishing,) Berryman offers a unique and invaluable narrative summary of the history and development of the Montessori and Godly Play movements in the front … Continue reading
Posted in Book Reviews, Child Faith, Child Theology, Intergenerational worship, Senior Spirituality
Tagged Berryman, Book review, child psychology, developmental theory, Godly Play, history, worship