Jason Helopoulos encourages the church to embrace the important part children play in the life of the church and unfolds the enormous blessings to be found in having them present in the worship services of the congregation. He points out how the struggles are temporary – whereas the blessings can be eternal.
“Many parents, pastors, and elders feel woefully unprepared for impressing upon our children the vital significance of Christian worship. This short book explains the importance of worship and then offers practical guidance on how to communicate this to our young people.” — Carl Trueman, Professor of Historical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA
“In Let the Children Worship, Jason Helopoulous not only makes a biblical case for including children in worship, he instills a sense of anticipation of what will happen as children are blessed and bless us with their presence.” — Nancy Guthrie, Bible Teacher and author of Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament
About Jason Helopoulos
Jason Helopoulos is assistant pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, and a guest blogger at The Gospel Coalition. He and his wife, Leah, are parents of two young children, Gracen and Ethan.