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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Publication Date: 2009
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Mission Trips That Matter: Embodied Faith for the Sake of the WorldDon C. RitcherUpper Room / 2008 / Trade Paperback$8.09 Retail:
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Re-Entry: Making the Transition from Missions to Life at HomePeter JordanYwam Publishing / 1996 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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So youre fired up, you want to make a difference, you want to change the world…but how? Signing up for your churchs mission trip or service project is a great first step, and you are definitely going to make a difference in someones life. But are you ready for the different cultures you may encounter? How are you going to really connect with the people you serve? And what about when you come homehow do you make sense of all the things youve experienced? Its easy to forget your experiences in the mission fieldespecially when the people around you havent had those same experiences. And it is easy to go back to living your life the way you were beforebut if you really want to change the world, you have to change, too. The only way that is going to happen is if you spend some time before, during, and after your service preparing for and processing your justice work. As you use this journal you will start to think about • the people you are serving • your relationship with your teammates • how God factors in to your service project • the impact your experience has had on you • how you can continue to make a difference in the world around you If you think youre fired-up for service now, just wait! As you complete the creative and fun exercises included in this journal, you will be energized for justice work, youll learn how to apply this to your own life, and nothing will be able to stop you.
Dr. Kara E. Powell is an educator, professor, youth minister, author, and speaker. She is the Executive director of the Fuller Youth Institute and a faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary (see www.fulleryouthinstitute.org). Kara also serves as an Advisor to Youth Specialties and currently volunteers in student ministries at Lake Avenue church in Pasadena, CA. She is the author of many books including Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids (with Chap Clark) and Deep Justice Journeys. Kara lives in Pasadena with her husband, Dave, and their children, Nathan, Krista, and Jessica.
Brad M. Griffin is the associate director of the Fuller Youth Institute, where he develops research-based training for youth workers and has co-authored Sticky Faith: Youth Worker Edition and Deep Justice Journeys. A native Kentuckian, Brad now lives in Pasadena with his wife, Missy, and their three children. After more than fifteen years in youth ministry, he now volunteers at his church.