join the tour!

i’m thrilled to announce ivy beckwith’s book blog tour for her new book formational children’s ministry.

similar to her first book postmodern children’s ministry ivy once again encourages and challenges all of us to consider a new approach – a formational approach to inspiring faith in our children.

an approach that includes using story, ritual and relationships to engage the spiritual development of each child.

together with ivy and baker bookswe’ll be hosting a book blog tour – so that you can hear from various children’s ministry professionals on their opinions and their practical applications of the book.

but we need you! join the tour and chime in with your own thoughts. and ivy will be on the tour -so if you have a question specifically for her, leave a comment on any of the blogs and she will share her thoughts.

here is the book tour schedule:

March 1: Larry Shallenberger
March 2:
Michael Novelli
March 3:
Liz Perraud
March 4:
Henry Zonio
March 5:
Barbara Graves
March 6:
Lori Bethran
March 7:
Matt Guevara
March 8: Sam Luce
March 9: Amy Dolan

see you on the tour!

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14 responses to this post.

  1. Glad to be a part of the tour! I can’t wait to read what everyone thinks of the book and read some interactions with Ivy.

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  2. Posted by amyedolan on February 26, 2010 at 5:09 pm

    i’m really looking forward to your insights, henry!

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