Becoming a Peacemaker

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Saint Mary's Press, Sep 16, 2000 - Religion - 56 pages
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The older teens in your parish want a youth ministry program that exposes them to relevant, real-world topics in an active, engaging way. Horizons is an innovative, comprehensive approach to religious education. Its foundation is teacher-led, creative learning strategies that give students ample opportunities for discussion, reflection--and fun! Designed for grades 9-12, Horizons utilizes a module system so that you can combine courses and topics to meet the specific needs of your parish. Seven core courses set the stage for discussing central and foundational themes. Then choose from a wide selection of age-appropriate minicourses to round out your curriculum and craft summer courses, retreats, and youth-group activities. The Youth Ministry Strategies component features more than 65 creative youth activities to complement the Horizons curriculum. And on top of all that, Horizons includes outstanding training resources. You'll be able to create the most engaging and relevant youth ministry program for senior high that is available anywhere.
 

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Kielbasa is a development editor at Saint Mary's Press, with over two decades of experience in ministry with young teens. She is an author, editor, and consultant for several courses in the Discovering Program for junior high parish religious education.

Zanzig is author of materials in religious education that have been widelyaccepted and praised. He has received the National Youth Ministry Award from the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry, as well as the Lasallian Distinguished Educator Award from the Christian Brothers.

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