A Biblical Theology of Youth Ministry: Teenagers in the Life of the Church
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A Biblical Theology of Youth Ministry: Teenagers in the Life of the Church  -     By: Michael McGarry

A Biblical Theology of Youth Ministry: Teenagers in the Life of the Church

Randall House Academic / 2019 / Paperback

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In this contemplative and well-researched book, McGarry considers the role of local congregations in discipling children and teens for the Kingdom of God. By addressing the increasingly contested question of youth ministry amongGod's people from a multilayered perspective - bibilical, theological, historical, and practical - McGarry brings a much needed voice of appreciation, careful critique, along with practical guidance, to the discussion. Find a compelling case for you ministry as a bridge between church and home that is rooted in the Old and New Testaments and is in keeping with historic practice of the Church.

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Title: A Biblical Theology of Youth Ministry: Teenagers in the Life of the Church
By: Michael McGarry
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 180
Vendor: Randall House Academic
Publication Date: 2019
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 1614840962
ISBN-13: 9781614840961
Stock No: WW840964

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Youth ministry has fallen on hard times. Many churches continue to employ the same methods that have become entrenched over the last few decades, while others are questioning the need for it at all. Michael McGarry explores the foundation of youth ministry in the Old and New Testaments and brings that together with Church history in a compelling way. This contemplative and well-researched book provides a careful critique of youth ministry along with practical guidance for those serving in ministry. The author directs the reader towards a new era of youth ministry where parents and intergenerational ministry play a more significant role. The emphasis of this book is presenting a clear and thorough biblical framework for thinking about youth ministry as the church's expression of partnership with the family for co-evangelizing and co-discipling the next generation. McGarry shares five pillars of gospel-centered youth ministry and reminds readers of the spiritual priority of parents. The author also provides an excellent list of three essential building blocks for youth ministry, and practical advice for creatign a bridge-building youth ministry conneting church and home.

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