Equipping Grandparents

Reviewed by:

Debbie Dehart,

Church librarian, Berean Baptist Church, Portage MI

REVIEW INTRODUCTION

Title:

Equipping Grandparents

Author:

Josh Mulvihill

Publisher: 

Bethany House

Publication Date:

2018

Format:

Print Book

Length:

112 pages

OVERVIEW:

A series of essays or articles on grandparenting, this book is aimed at church ministry leaders who realize there is a group of under-utilized people in their church: grandparents.  The author has a ministry to encourage churches and grandparents to take an active role in fostering grandparent relationships in their church, and each chapter focuses on an aspect of it, or how it has worked in various churches, and the like.  One thing I especially loved was their position that this not be a new ministry that would vie for calendar space and people to be involved, but rather, be integrated into the ministries which already exist in the church.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5):

4

Suggested Audience:

Church leaders and pastors, grandparents who want to make a difference

Christian Impact:

Biblically based.

About Cecelia Carey

The Evangelical Church Library Association, founded in 1970, is a fellowship of Christian churches, schools, and individuals.

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