Author Olly Goldenberg
There is a growing revolution taking place in the next generation. Children are not just preparing for their future call in God’s kingdom, but are starting to live out that call while they are young. Examining the life of Josiah—who became king of Judah while still a boy—and sharing many inspiring true stories, this book will help prepare parents and church leaders to expect great things from this rising generation.
“There is a generation arising who will see entire cities saved and nations transformed for the glory of God. Olly Goldenberg boldly declares not only what God intends to do in a generation, but what He is currently doing. This book will not only train you, but even more importantly, it will impart to you the courage necessary to see revival.” – Banning Liebscher, Director, Jesus Culture
Josiah loved the Lord with his whole being. “Neither before nor after Josiah was there a king like him who turned to the Lord as he did — with all his heart and with all his soul and with all his strength, in accordance with all the Law of Moses.” 2 Kings 23:25 (See also Matthew 22:34-40)
Paperback: 144 pages
About the Author
Olly Goldenberg has been ministering to children in churches and outside of the church for over twenty years. For fifteen of these years he led one of the largest children’s ministries in Europe, with responsibility for children aged 0–14. The ministry more than doubled in size under his leadership. He saw a reversal of the trend of children leaving the church, with many of the children leading their friends to Jesus and discipling them in their schools and homes.
Currently he leads a ministry, together with his wife and five children, called ‘Children Can,’ based in the United Kingdom. Through producing resources, modelling ministry and training leaders they have inspired thousands of leaders from different nations and denominations to know how to lead children from a head knowledge of God to a passionate relationship with him. At the heart of their ministry is a passion to see children raised as disciples of Jesus.