If you want to reach children with the gospel, learn from C.S. Lewis and find some good stories that will communicate the gospel to them. These are far more effective than a typical children’s sermon, says theologian Alister McGrath. McGrath happens to follow somewhat in the footsteps of C.S. Lewis, being a Christian thinker teaching at Oxford.
For homeschoolers, that probably involves reading the Narnia tales, and then looking around for more books like them written for kids and teens. More recent books probably will be written in a more accessible style than some of the wordy books of 100 years ago. And these books are being written. So look for them!
Want to read more of McGrath’s thoughts? Here’s the link: http://www.premierchildrenswork.com/Past-Issues/2016/April-May-2016/Narnia-Why-stories-matter