Critique of Modern Youth Ministry

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Canon Press & Book Service, Jan 1, 2007 - Religion - 22 pages
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The church today does not expect what it ought to from children and their parents, and this can be attributed in large part to a flawed concept of youth ministry. Brief but striking, this booklet discusses the historical origins of present-day youth ministry, sifts through contributing factors to this problem, and presents biblical solutions.
  

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User Review  - brdlyrck78 - Christianbook.com

As a 10 year veteran of youth ministry, I have found myself thinking the very things written in this book. The author put into words what I had been feeling for years. I am convinced that this is the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel Beckworth - Christianbook.com

The author paints a portrait of youth ministry and youth ministers that is a bit biased. He addressed many thought provoking issues, but draws faulty conclusions. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
4
The Generation Gap in the Church
8
Where Have We Gone Wrong?
11
Regaining Lost Ground
14
Conclusion
22
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