Whether you are part of a charismatic, evangelical or reformed church, it is the heart of every children’s leader to engage children both with the bible and in worship.

So often, however there is a disparity between adult expectation in worship and that of the child’s experience, which perhaps all too often leads to adults approaching children in worship with adult understanding and expectation. One thing is sure there are many good songs available to help engage kids in worship, although I wonder if sometimes these songs in some contexts are either too complicated or end up encouraging performance worship?
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