With the Children on Sundays
Through Eye-Gate and Ear-Gate Into the City of Child-Soul
The famed and beloved 1893 Family Worship manual.
A giant volume, With the Children on Sundays certainly ranks as one of history’s greatest Family Worship books ever composed. A limited number of copies are available of this book, which has been out of print many decades and is currently not being printed by anyone. Filled with many of the most delightful family readings you’ll find anywhere, from an author with great skill in presenting Bible truths in a form which grips the eye, holds the mind’s attention, and wins the heart of a child for Christ. Many call this the finest book for family worship they have ever used.
This volume was first published in 1893. You can use these “Sunday” readings any day of the week, of course. This is a large, oversized volume, 7″ x 10″ – a facsimile edition of the original). 52 chapters, packed with photographs and illustrations.
About the Author
Sylvanus Stall (1847–1915) was an American Lutheran pastor, not only known for this book but also his volume What A Young Boy Ought To Know. He graduated from Union Theological Seminary, New York, and was ordained a minister in 1874. He held a Doctor of Divinity degree, and pastored in Cobleskill, NY, then later in Martin’s Creek, PA and Lancaster, PA. In 1887 he quit to run a church newspaper titled The Lutheran Observer and began to write his books. He also produced Stall’s Lutheran Year-Book from 1884 onward, and was also statistical secretary of the Lutheran General Synod from 1885 onward.