Back to the Heart of Youth Work

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Victor Books, 1994 - Religion - 211 pages
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Back to the Heart of Youth Work is a passionate appeal to youth workers, both volunteer and professional, who from time to time may feel battered, bruised, and bleeding. Written from one homesick soldier to another, this book is offered in the hope of rekindling a flickering flame into a blazing inferno within the heart of every youth worker who reads it. Based on the truth that effective ministry can result only from the overflow of an intimate walk with Jesus Christ, this book shows you how to develop proven character, a biblical philosophy of ministry, and a practical methodology. - Back cover.

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Pay Close Attention to Yourself Part 1
Maintaining a Heart for Pleasing

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John R. McDowell was assistant Sunday editor of the Indianapolis Star for fourteen years prior to his death. Before joining the Star he worked as a columnist for several newspapers, including the Newhouse chain in Newark, New Jersey, the Flagstaff Daily Sun, the Washington, D.C., Evening Sun, and others. He also wrote numerous magazine articles and books on a wide variety of subjects. His friendship with Fred Lowery began while Fred was living and performing in Indianapolis.

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