"The church needs children's evangelism like never before. For if it fails to engage with the generation now being born, the future is bleak." So how can we help children know God? In this revised and updated version of his prize-winning book, Francis Bridger looks at the ways in which children develop physically, mentally and emotionally from birth to adolescence, and shows how these insights can help us to share the gospel more effectively with children. Combining studies of child development with the author's own analysis of theological issues relating to children, Children Finding Faith is an important contribution to the ongoing discussion on child development. It is an essential read for those wanting to take seriously their work with children. This book is designed for all those involved in children's evangelism. Children Finding Faith is a revised, expanded and updated version of a popular book which examines accepted studies of child development and theological issues that relate to children. It follows the development of two children from birth to early adolescence, charting the characteristics of their emotional and spiritual growth. New chapters look at social context, the practical implications of children's work and worship.