The Very Best Day: The Way of Love For Children (Ages 3-10)
- Introduces the practices for a Jesus-centered life for children "The Way of Love" has become a mantra of Michael B. Curry's episcopate as presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. From the royal wedding to the 79th General Convention of...
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- Introduces the practices for a Jesus-centered life for children "The Way of Love" has become a mantra of Michael B. Curry's episcopate as presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. From the royal wedding to the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church and continuing today, all ages have been inspired and eager to "grow more deeply with Jesus Christ at the center of our lives, so we can bear witness to his way of love in and for the world." The Very Best Day: The Way of Love for Children introduces the practices for a Jesus-centered life for children ages 3-10 and their families. Through accessible language and age-appropriate themes, it specifically addresses children and the importance of rhythm and practice in their lives as Christians, accompanied by Roger Hutchison's familiar and vibrant artwork. Through a cadence of words and colorful images, children will see how to Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, and Rest in daily life as a follower of Jesus. Acquiring such wisdom at an early age will benefit children (and the adults who love them) to learn these practices for a lifetime.
ROGER HUTCHISON is an artist and Canon for Children s Ministries at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, South Carolina. His first book, The Painting Table: A Journal of Loss and Joy, has been used by people of all ages in schools, churches, and community groups across the United States. His artwork has been exhibited throughout the world and he regularly offers workshops for children, youth, and adults on how to express their thoughts and relationship with God through the art of painting with one's hands, making it accessible to all. He lives in Elgin, South Carolina.
In addition to being a writer,nbsp;Jerusalemnbsp;is also a crafter, former pastor, and blogger.nbsp;She is the author ofnbsp;A Homemade Year-The Blessings of Cooking, Crafting, and Coming Together and At Home in this Life.nbsp;She lives with her husband and two sons in Greenbrier, Arkansas. As a family they are attempting to live a slower version of modern life. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.