Do We Really Need Age-Segregated Programs? - Churches Without Children’s Ministries
The modern church and the whole world is pretty strong on age-segregated programs, but what does the Bible recommend in the pastoral epistles? Has human traditions displaced the laws of God, when it comes to family and church life? What if children were not discipled by secular education, and families took their Ephesians 6:4 responsibilities seriously? Here is a modest proposal for the abandonment of youth ministry, and invitation for the Holy Spirit — that the hearts of the fathers turn to the children, and the hearts of children turn back to the fathers.
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