I have a second posting on the topic of family worship over at the Christward Collective (a great site by the way). The first post focused on the theological groundwork for family worship, but this one offers some practical advice about how to keep everyone involved, interested, and edified.
My wife and I have found that experimentation is the key to finding the right rhythm and approach for our family time. In this post, I talk about some of the practices that have come out of that experimentation, including play-acting, memorization, story-telling, and so on. When your gathering includes five girls, aged ten years to seven weeks, variation and a certain tolerance of controlled chaos become a necessary skill-set.
Read it here.