Ministry Mutiny: A Youth Leader Fable

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Tynedale House Publishers, 2006 - Fiction - 162 pages
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Ministry Mutinyis a youth leadership fable designed to teach through storytelling. “Ty was ready to give up. Just two years into his youth ministry experiment he realized that most of his efforts were in vain.” Over the course of eight weeks, a mentor named Tony teaches Ty how to commit “ministry mutiny” and in so doing, “transforms everything about the way he approaches student ministry.” Ministry Mutinycasts a vision for youth leaders—led by the Holy Spirit—to have true success.

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Review: Ministry Mutiny: a youth leader fable

User Review  - Rickylee75160 - Christianbook.com

For a fiction book it has a lot of great insights. Really opened my eyes not just toward youth ministry, but ministry in general. Read full review

Fabulous book

User Review  - Anonymous - Christianbook.com

A wonderful book about youth ministry. Solid principles couched in an easy-to-read 'story'. Everyone working with kids or youth should read this. Read full review

About the author (2006)

GREG STIER is the founder and executive director of Dare 2 Share Ministries International. Since 1991, Dare 2 Share has trained over 30,000 Christian teenagers across the United States and Canada how to share their faith clearly and confidently. He has been a guest speaker for Youth for Christ’ s DC/LA Superconferences in 1997 and 2000, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Greg has authored several evangelism training curricula. He and his wife, Debbie, live in the Denver area and have one son.

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