Perfect for use in Sunday school, Bible clubs, midweek programs, and even at home with a parent, this wordbook study on communion introduces children to the Lord’s Supper and its meaning.
The book illustrates the history of communion, how it is done, and why. It also explains when a child may go to communion: when their spiritual maturity has reached a point when the experience of communion can be fully appreciated. Activities include a maze, hidden bread and cup activity, coloring page, and secret message.
This wordbook, designed especially for kids in grades 2–5, complements the rest of the Children’s Wordbook series. They are great resources for parents and teachers who want to teach children the Christian doctrines of salvation, baptism, communion, giving, and theChurch.
About the Author
Pastor Richard E. Todd and his wife Claudia live in Southern California where he is Senior Pastor of Community Grace Brethren Church in Whittier and has served that church family since 1987. They have three grown sons and are grandparents. Richard has developed a sermon title database plus written other materials for nurturing the spiritual growth of children, youth, and adults.