Ev 81 Home Visiting: Opening Doors to Children's Evangelism

In response to a widespread decline in the number of children attending church, many churches have sought to reach out to children in a host of different ways, including regular home visiting. But how effective is it?

Using principles of evangelism drawn from Jesus' ministry as a benchmark, and looking at a detailed case-study, this booklet seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of regular home visiting. It concludes that, although home visiting has limitations, if well practised it can be a significant part of a wider strategy for sharing with children the good news of Jesus.
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Author: Nick White

Nick White works as the Youth and Children's Work Training and Development Officer for the Southern Synod of the United Reformed Church. Prior to this he was a youth and children's worker for an Ecumenical Parish in Chatham, Kent, where he did the research for this study as part of a Diploma in Children's Evangelism and Nurture with Cliff College. He lives with his wife Aileen and two foster children.

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