Timeless Youth Ministry
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📒Timeless Youth Ministry ✍ Lee Vukich
✏Timeless Youth Ministry Book Summary : Most adults feel uncomfortable in the teen subculture. From this uneasy position, adults like to 'handle' the teens like children because they are threatening. The purpose of Timeless Youth Ministry is to help people in the church and Christian youth organizations minister to teenagers. As former youth pastors and current professors of youth ministry, the authors have 'been there, done that' in this field. They've run programs, camps, and ministry trips in such diverse places as southern California, east Tennessee, northeast Ohio and Alberta, Canada,to name a few. This book is a needed resource to examine afresh what it means to be an adolescent in today's culture and how those who minister to young people can best reach them.
📒Youth Ministry ✍ Malan Nel
✏Youth Ministry Book Summary : This book aims at contributing to the scientific and academic discourse as regards to the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of youth ministry. Too often, youth ministry has been approached from a mainly practical point of view, almost asking how we keep young people off the streets. Its methodology has often not included the theological and theoretical presuppositions that lie behind this ministry. Previous scientific reflection has been determined by a one-dimensional and almost exclusive point of view. In comparison with existing literature, this book does not focus so much on the ‘how’ of youth ministry. It innovates a different approach. The book challenges the existing exclusive approach and develops an inclusive, congregational and missional understanding of and approach to youth ministry. From a particular perspective on the understanding the main objectives of Practical Theology, the author endorses the so-called movement of ‘what is supposed to be going on’. He adds the outcome of an empirical round table discussion with some 16 leaders in this field on the descriptive and interpretive movements within the subject field: what is going on and why is it going on? The book will form the standard for any new research with regard to youth ministry. The book’s contribution lies on the level of sound theological reasoning and argumentation (supported by many scholars) for an inclusive congregational understanding of ministry as an integral part of every congregation being missional in being and doing. Youth, children, adolescents and emerging adults, are just as integral a part of every congregation within which they live and serve.
📒Surviving And Thriving In The Mad House Of Youth Ministry ✍ Dave Nordstrom
✏Surviving and Thriving in the Mad House of Youth Ministry Book Summary : What this book is not: You won’t find Bible verses and theological statements. It isn’t filled with game ideas or club topics. What this book will offer you: 40 years of timeless lessons learned by real live youth leaders. You’ll read topics like these: 1. How to figure out if youth ministry is actually your calling 2. Insights for your spouse 3. How to turn what you thought were weaknesses into strengths 4. How to motivate teens in your group 5. How to make sure you are getting your value from the right things 6. Good ways to recruit and maintain quality volunteer leaders 7. How to avoid burn out in ministry 8. The importance of holding your ground on issues 9. Understanding the human nature of teenagers 10. The importance of knowing your own limits 11. How to know if or when you’re too old for ministry 12. Keeping true to ministry as culture changes 13. “I don’t know” can be a ministry opportunity 14. How to connect with that trouble maker student 15. Why little old ladies can break the stereotypical youth volunteer mold......and MORE!
📒Student Ministry Essentials ✍ Steve Vandegriff
✏Student Ministry Essentials Book Summary : You have a brief time to make a big impact As a youth worker, you have the unique opportunity to walk alongside students in their critical adolescent life experiences. These years are some of the most formative in a person’s life. With your help, each teenager can feel believed in, loved, and challenged to be like Christ. But how do you make that happen? This book shows you where to start. Within are critical elements—the essentials—to effectively equip you to reach today’s students, including: Practical disciple-making tools Leadership recommendations How to partner with the rest of your church How to equip parents to disciple their teens What ministry looks like outside of your comfort zone Learn from two veteran youth pastors-turned college professors about how to better know your students, understand their culture, and do important ministry.
📒Teenagers Matter ✍ Mark Cannister
✏Teenagers Matter Book Summary : Why Teenagers Matter in the Life of the Church
📒Josh Mcdowell S Youth Ministry Handbook ✍ Thomas Nelson
✏Josh McDowell s Youth Ministry Handbook Book Summary : Drawing on the wisdom of insightful leaders around the country, Josh McDowell's Youth Ministry Handbook equips youth workers to help kids connect with God--and with their parents, their peers, and a world in need of Christ. Featuring articles from Dawson McAllister, Barry St. Clair, Jim Burns, Tony Campolo, Al Menconi, John Maxwell, George Barna, and others, this is an invaluable leadership resource with practical, useful ideas for today's youth workers.
📒Youth Ministry Management Tools 2 0 ✍ Mike A. Work
✏Youth Ministry Management Tools 2 0 Book Summary : Youth ministry isn’t just meeting with students and teaching them God’s truth. It also involves a myriad of administrative and operational details. Youth Ministry Management Tools 2.0 provides youth ministers and volunteers with helpful insights, advice, and practical resources to successfully manage a youth ministry. You’ll find sample budgets, release forms for trips, and clear direction for screening applicants for volunteer positions. Authors Mike Work and Ginny Olson provide you with quick and accessible answers to all of your management, administrative, and supervisory questions and needs. Sprinkled throughout the manual are brief personal anecdotes by actual, in-the-trenches youth workers, case studies of church-office debacles, pivotal lessons learned over decades of ministry, nightmare scenarios to avoid, and glorious successes to emulate. No other book provides everything a youth ministry leader needs in one place at such an affordable price. This revised and updated edition of a youth ministry classic includes bonus online content, copy-ready pages and forms, and loads of other highly practical material.
📒Still More High School Talksheets ✍ David W. Rogers
✏Still More High School Talksheets Book Summary : The best-selling TalkSheets series just got even better. With Still More TalkSheets for High School Students and Still More TalkSheets for Middle School Students, busy youth workers will find everything they need to lead and facilitate meaningful discussions with young teens. Filled with 50 reproducible TalkSheets, helpful hints, and optional activities to help youth ministry teams effectively facilitate great conversations — without a lot of prep work — youth workers can easily engage students for a whole year of dialogue. Each book covers issues of life and faith, including relationships with God and others, and what it means to live a life like Jesus. Students will participate in the learningwhile they take part in conversations about things that really matter.
📒A Leader S Guide To Youth Ministry ✍ Julia A'Bell
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📒Introduction To Youth Ministry ✍ John M. Dettoni
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