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Teach Me To Serve: 99 Ways Preschoolers Can Learn to Serve and Bless Others
     

Teach Me To Serve: 99 Ways Preschoolers Can Learn to Serve and Bless Others

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by Kristen Summers
 
Do you want your preschooler to have a heart to serve others?

I’m willing to bet that you have great ambitions for your children. You work to raise children who are kind, friendly, hard-working and all-around “good” people. But have you given consideration to developing the characteristic of a servant’s heart? As a parent, you

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Do you want your preschooler to have a heart to serve others?

I’m willing to bet that you have great ambitions for your children. You work to raise children who are kind, friendly, hard-working and all-around “good” people. But have you given consideration to developing the characteristic of a servant’s heart? As a parent, you can be DELIBERATE in providing various opportunities for your children to serve others. Even a preschooler can learn to have heart for others and follow Jesus’ example of servanthood.

This isn’t a curriculum, nor is it a book of crafty ideas. "Teach Me To Serve" contains 99 practical tasks in which your preschooler can learn to serve in their home, neighborhood, community, church and even the world. Discover why we serve and how you can lead your child through the process of developing a heart for others.

Editorial Reviews

Jenae, I Can Teach My Child
"Not only does this jam-packed little book live up to its title and provide simple and tangible ways that we can show our children how to serve (and often serve alongside them), it also tackles the heart issues behind serving. Why should we serve? Why should we teach our children to serve? Does God expect us to serve?" - Jenae, www.ICanTeachMyChild.com
Charity Hawkins, The Homeschool Experiment
"In a culture that teaches kids that the world revolves around them (or should), this book is a breath of fresh air with practical, simple ideas for helping our littlest ones grow their hearts to serve others.” - Charity Hawkins, www.TheHomeschoolExperiment.com
Lauren Tutus & Tea Parties
In a world full of people who have “the gimmes," it’s so hard to raise a child to have a giving heart...Kristen shows you small ways to give (as well as larger ways) that anyone, even your children, can take part in. I hope you will consider using this book for your family. I love each and every way to serve in this book and have already started with my daughter. It’s amazing to see how her heart is opening up to those in need." -Lauren, www.TutusAndTeaParties.blogspot.com
Stacie Motherhood On A Dime
This eBook gives you some very practical ways to serve others — and encourages service in all the different areas of our lives. I just really love how she lays out the vision and gives practical ideas to get our little ones serving others! -Stacie, www.MotherhoodOnADime.com
Lori Everyday Truth
If your desire as a parent is to raise children with servant hearts, then you need this book. Packed full of practical, doable ideas for teaching kids to serve, Teach Me to Serve will get you thinking and planning ways to encourage your kids to serve others. Although aimed at teaching preschoolers to serve, the ideas in this book can be adapted for kids of almost any age. - Lori, www.EverydayTruth.net

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015629279
Publisher:
Kristen Summers LLC
Publication date:
09/03/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
903 KB

Meet the Author

Kristen and her husband, Dan, have two children who keep them busy and laughing. She has a B.A. in Christian Thought/Christian Ministry with an emphasis in youth ministry. She spent many years in part-time and volunteer youth work, yet God led her in a different direction for her professional career. For seven years, Kristen worked as a wedding and event planner, celebrating and planning the significant occasions of others.

Today, she celebrates the everyday stuff of life and works to make each day special. On her blog, you’ll find fun ideas for children’s activities, creating memorable moments and of course, party planning and other wacky events. You can find Kristen at www.CelebrateEveryDayWithMe.com.

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Teach Me To Serve: 99 Ways Preschoolers Can Learn to Serve and Bless Others 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is difficult to express what a blessing this book was to me and the impact it will certainly have on my life. Teach Me To Serve has reminded me that if I desire to raise a child with a loving and tender heart towards others, it begins with me leading by example. As I demonstrate and display a servant’s heart, it will encourage and nurture the same type of heart in my child’s life. Kristen has given her heart and soul, laying out 99 practical ways to serve alongside your child. Laughing one moment and crying the next, Teach Me To Serve reached and touched the deepest places of my heart. I especially love that scripture has been woven through each page, specifically pointing us to what God has designed us to be as parents. I am so excited to begin creating in my preschooler a heart to serve, and watch how God uses this heart for His plan as they grow up!
ChungS More than 1 year ago
Inspiring, creative, and a touch from Jesus! Kristen’s writing has encouraged my family to be a servant to the people God has placed in our path.
Mara3 More than 1 year ago
Our children know how to serve themselves. Having a heart for others must be taught. Kristen has delivered practical, insightful and creative daily ways that our youth can serve others and touch lives in a true biblical way. This ebook is liberally sprinkled with teachable moments and sound biblical verses about serving others. “Teach Me To Serve” actively shows daily hands-on approaches to serving others and if performed, will form our children into a blessing to others while teaching them tender-hearted compassion.
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