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Their Name Is Today

Their Name Is Today

Reclaiming Childhood in a Hostile World

by Johann Christoph Arnold

"Welcome reading for parents, grandparents, teachers and all those who care deeply about nurturing the next generation of happy, healthy, whole children." — Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children's Defense Fund

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

Popular author Johann Christoph Arnold takes on technology, standardized testing, overstimulation, academic pressure, marketing to children, over-diagnosis and more, and calls on us to find creative ways to help children flourish.

Restoring Reverence for Children: A Q&A with Johann Christoph Arnold

Restoring Reverence for Children: A Q&A with Johann Christoph Arnold

"Reverence is more than just love. It includes an appreciation for the qualities children possess (and which we ourselves have lost), a readiness to rediscover their value, and the humility to learn from them."

Praise for Their Name Is Today

Praise for Their Name Is Today

Various Authors

"Arnold's basic message is clear, and well worth heeding: a deep reverence for children will make the world a better place."—Publishers Weekly

Read a Book Excerpt

Read a Book Excerpt

Johann Christoph Arnold

We need to allow children to be children for as long as possible. They need time to breathe in and breathe out. They need to play.

Book Study Guide

Book Study Guide

Plough Publishing House

Download the Their Name is Today Study Guide, designed for group reading and discussion by parents, teachers, administrators, and all who care for children.

Book Roundtable: Continue the Conversation with our Bloggers

Jesus Loved Children; We Should Too

Jesus Loved Children; We Should Too

David Swartz

Arnold will disturb graciously but insistently, teach with wisdom, and encourage with hope. We might even say, "This might be how Jesus would think about this."

What Children Need to Thrive

What Children Need to Thrive

Amber Stamper

Perhaps most importantly, Arnold also offers hope and strategies for helping our children grow and learn in a way that protects and inspires them, leading to well-adapted, emotionally-fulfilled, and content adults.

Their Name is Today: Book Trailer

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