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by Malesa Breeding,Dana Hood,Jerry Whitworth
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  • Author:
    Malesa Breeding,Dana Hood,Jerry Whitworth
  • ISBN:
    0781444047
  • ISBN13:
    978-0781444040
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  • Publisher:
    Nexgen (April 21, 2006)
  • Pages:
    143 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Education
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    4.2
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This book speaks to the heart and to the head. Teachers and pastors will find inspiration and information, reminding them that God calls us to include all children, no matter the challenge.

This book speaks to the heart and to the head. In addition, the book includes wonderfully practical elements with many ideas that can be easily integrated into any classroom. By combining philosophy and strategies, this book will equip the typical church volunteer teacher to meet the needs of all the children in her classroom.

by Malesa Breeding (Author), Jerry E. Whitworth (Author), Dana Hood (Author), Jerry Whitworth (Author) & 1 more. It also prepares the teachers

by Malesa Breeding (Author), Jerry E. It also prepares the teachers. I do wish though, that it also integrated more ideas and programs to actually start the program and implement it. Good book to get the ball rolling though. One person found this helpful.

by Malesa Breeding (Author), Dana Hood (Author), Jerry Whitworth (Author) & 0 more. A book on the topic of including special needs children in church ministries was badly needed and this book is VERY well done!

by Malesa Breeding (Author), Dana Hood (Author), Jerry Whitworth (Author) & 0 more. A book on the topic of including special needs children in church ministries was badly needed and this book is VERY well done! I am a teacher and the mother of a son with autism. I found the book to not only address issues for the Sunday School program, but also to be a TERRIFIC handbook for parents, regular ed teachers, and special ed teachers - There are some really great activities included in the book that will help demystify the special needs child to the neurotypical child. By combining philosophy and strategies this book will equip the typical church volunteer teacher to meet the needs of all the children in her classroom. Пользовательский отзыв - Richard Carlson - Christianbook. Bu kitaba önizleme yap . Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın. Kullanıcı Değerlendirmesi - Richard Carlson - Christianbook.

MaLesa Breeding, Jerry E. Whitworth.

Let All the Children Come to Me: A Practical Guide Including Children with Disabilities in Your Church Ministries. Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Let All the Little Children Come to Me by. MaLesa Breeding, Jerry E.

by Malesa Breeding, Jerry E. Whitworth, Jerry Whitworth, Dana Hood.

MaLesa Breeding; Dana Kennamer Hood; Jerry E. Whitworth

MaLesa Breeding; Dana Kennamer Hood; Jerry E. Published by Cook, David C. ISBN 10: 0781444047 ISBN 13: 9780781444040.

Publisher: David C. Cook. by Malesa Breeding, Jerry E. Whitworth, Dana Hood and Jerry Whitworth. This book speaks to the heart and to the head

Publisher: David C. This book speaks to the heart and to the head.

Books by Jerry E. Let All the Little Children Come to Me (eBook).

It is said that everyone has a story to tell, a voice that deserves to be heard. There are many thousands of children with special needs who have long been ignored, rejected and excluded from our schools, our communities, and, sadly, from our Bible classes. We believe that these children are loved deeply and completely by our Lord and that they too are called to come unto Him.

This book speaks to the heart and to the head. Teachers and pastors will find inspiration and information, reminding them that God calls us to include all children, no matter the challenge. In addition, the book includes wonderfully practical elements with many ideas that can be easily integrated into any classroom. By combining philosophy and strategies, this book will equip the typical church volunteer teacher to meet the needs of all the children in her classroom.


Jorius
This book gets you started in integrating the special children into Sunday School programs and other children's program at a church. It also prepares the teachers. I do wish though, that it also integrated more ideas and programs to actually start the program and implement it. Good book to get the ball rolling though.
Rasmus
Fantastic resource!
Dozilkree
What I like:
--Begins with the groundwork that salvation belongs to everyone, whereas many other guides begin with the premise that we are all created in God's image (which is true, but not as central to why we do what we do. The image of God is why we shouldn't exclude anyone with special needs; the hope of salvation is why we should include them in meaningful ways)
--Three authors allow for more voices and pooled knowledge
--Great forms integrated into the text
--Love the title.

What I don't like:
--Forms aren't designed to be easily copied from the manual and used in ministry settings due to formatting issues (but this doesn't bother me because I like to make any forms our own anyway, with our logo and our wording)
--Also could provide a little info overload, but not as much as Special Needs Smart Pages.

Best for: Those engaged in children's ministry

(If you only get one special need ministry book, though, I think your best pick is Same Lake, Different Boat: Coming Alongside People Touched by Disability.)
Ionzar
This book is written for the typical Sunday School teacher with no prior special needs training, however, even special educators can learn from it, or at least be reminded of essential principles. I loved this book because it offers practical advice for putting Christ's practices in to action in the Sunday school classroom. More important than changing what we are teaching to reach the child with special needs, is the changing of our attitude about why the child is there to begin with, and from there how to impart the lesson, which may be different than the lesson being taught to the other children. We all learn differently, and we all come away from a situation with a different experience. I loved the book and recommend it for use even in a secular classroom. I had our church purchase several of these books for all of our Sunday school teachers to read. It's easy to read and can be read in a few sittings. It should be required reading for ALL (not just special needs) Sunday school teachers.
Haralem
A book on the topic of including special needs children in church ministries was badly needed and this book is VERY well done! I am a teacher and the mother of a son with autism. I found the book to not only address issues for the Sunday School program, but also to be a TERRIFIC handbook for parents, regular ed teachers, and special ed teachers -- There are some really great activities included in the book that will help demystify the special needs child to the neurotypical child. In my opinion, all faiths will find this to be a tremendous resouce. I bought two the first time I ordered-- one for our family and one for our minister. I have just placed an order for another to give away...I hope that the authors will write a sequel -- addressing the supports that siblings and parents of special needs children would find helpful from their church families. I'll be first in line to buy it!!