The older Protestant authors frequently urge the practice of what they called "family religion," seeing it as a vital plank in God's program for the revival of vital Christianity. May we see a renewal in our day of this much neglected spiritual discipline, as Gleason guides the "little churches" that meet in homes through the Gospel of Luke.
Terry L. Johnson, Senior Pastor, Independent Presbyterian Church, Savannah, Georgia
This guide offers the head of a household a concise analysis of the day's reading from Luke that he can review in two minutes, helpful guidelines for age-appropriate discussions, a suggested psalm or hymn to sing, and a starting point for family prayer. What a help and what a blessing!
Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
The realities of practicing family worship often make the benefits seem distant or even inaccessible. We aren't sure what to say about a passage, how to apply the text in an age-appropriate way, or even what to pray. Geoff Gleason gently and helpfully takes the reader by the hand and simplifies the practice of family worship.