“We want our children to be more than consumers and competitors. We want our children to be gracious and grateful. We want them to have courage in difficult times. We want them to have a sense of joy and purpose. That’s what it means to nurture their spiritual lives.
-Rabbi Sandy Sasso
Check out this insightful interview with Rabbi Sandy Sasso about the spirituality of parenting. She knows that children have deep theological questions that too often neglected and overlooked by the adults in their lives. This is a theme that Ivy Beckwith and I address in our forthcoming book, Children’s Ministry in the Way of Jesus. Listen to the interview at http://www.onbeing.org/program/spirituality-parenting/230