Oct 6, 2015

Teaching Kids About Church (Whisper, Whisper Giveaway!)

Have you seen Deaconess Mary Moerbe's charming new book, Whisper, Whisper: Learning About Church?

The rhyming text follows the order of Divine Service and gives parents a way to teach their children about the things that we do in church. The illustrations are very cute, too. It's a lovely resource for the entire family.

You can win a copy of this book by entering the Rafflecopter giveaway below! You earn virtual tickets in the raffle by following the Rafflecopter instructions. You will be able to enter through October 20th.

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You might also be interested in these on-site resources on church, children, and family.

Ruth Meyer has written a great guide to Getting Kids to Behave in Church
Aubri Hale explains how she Observes the Church Year in the Home
Allison Kieselowsky talks about Nurturing Children with the Language of Luther.


  1. I haven't seen this one! But we're getting to the age when it would be helpful for my 18 month old. We're doing a lot of whispering in church right now! :-)

    1. Eighteen months was a hard age for my now almost-two-year old. Once he got past that stage, he developed what my husband calls "a bigger internal life" and finds it easier to sit or play quietly in the pew. And, he kind of gets the concept of whispering. :-)

  2. With kids aged 4, 2, and 6 months, this book would definitely get put to good use in my house!

  3. This book is on my wish list!

  4. Is this published by CPH? I would like to buy one without waiting for the raffle!!! :D

  5. My daughter recently got this book for her 1st birthday. I think it will be great when she's a bit older! I like that the book includes teaching tools for as children age. :)

    (P.S.--Sorry if this comment is submitted multiple times. My computer keeps eating my comments every time I submit them!)

  6. My daughter was recently just born. Within a year, my husband will receive a Call to his first church, God willing. This book would be wonderful for her to grow up with!

  7. I would love to give.this to my friend who is expecting!

  8. This would be great for my 2 year old and (almost) 4 year old!

  9. I would give this book to my daughter. She is a Godly woman and will be an amazing mother. Plus I would love to read it to my grandchildren...someday😁

  10. Oooh, this looks cool! I have 3- and 5-year-old girls that could benefit from such a book :-)


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