In a culture that worships youth even as it abandons its young, this book gets adults, families and congregations involved. If you are disappointed with the results from the glitzy programs and entertaining activities you've used with your church's young people, then this is the book for you. Family-Based Youth Ministry is a multigenerational approach that takes seriously the job of discipling teens and building mature believers. This revised and updated edition continues to hold out its bold challenge: Young people belong in the life of their church, and the church belongs in the lives of its youth. Now featured is free curriculum for use with youth and young adults together.
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Review 1 for Family-Based Youth Ministry Revised and Expanded
Date:October 6, 2009
This has been an excellent resource for my ministry! It is full of truths about our society and churches. I highly recommend it.
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Review 2 for Family-Based Youth Ministry Revised and Expanded
Date:July 28, 2008
Hope United Methodist Church
Our church has been utilizinghtis book to expand our view of what ministering to youth and families could look like. The multidisciplinary team we have reading the book and discussing the material have found it helpful 1. to bring new ideas to the table and 2. to be able to identify some of the areas we have been struggling in but couldn't put our finger on before. We will definately use the information to help develop our staffing patterns for the future.