Hear My Story: Understanding the Cries of Troubled Youth

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Hendrickson, 2003 - Religion - 418 pages
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By hearing these stories, youth workers and parents can understand and come alongside the troubled youth they seek to minister to. Borgman cautions this is no easy task and offers no simple solutuions, but he shows there is hope.

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User Review  - Mercury - Christianbook.com

Because it's the textbook of one of my counseling classes, I kinda had to purchase it. But this is an useful book if anyone wants to learn more about how to approach to adolescent. It covered current ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dianne Sterling - Christianbook.com

These are interesting topics for our youth ministry group discussions, and enrich our youth ministry and deepen our thinking and sharing of our personal experience, and understanding and finding answers in God's Word. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Dean Borgman is the Charles E. Culpeper Professor of Youth Ministries at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and teaches courses at Fuller Theological Seminary and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary. Professor Borgman works with Young Life Ministries and is founder and director of the Center for Youth Studies. He is an internationally recognized authority on youth culture and adolescent ministries, speaking and consulting in the United States, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. He is an ordained priest in the Episcopal Church

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