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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Publication Date: 2008
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Being Disciples of Jesus in a Dot.com World: A Theological Survival Guide for Youth, Adults, and Other Confused ChristiansP. Alex Thornburg, Ted V. FooteWestminster John Knox Press / 2003 / Trade Paperback$14.40 Retail:
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As youth workers, we all have our visionthe plan we hope to make real in our ministriesto change the lives of teenagers as we introduce them to Jesus. But how often have you found yourself wondering if your picture is just wrongor thinking you just dont know how to make your ministry match what you envision? In 101 Ideas for Making Disciples in Your Youth Group youll explore the idea of ACTS to create a disciple-making ministry with the elements needed to create an environment necessary to cultivate this mission. ACTS represents everything a missional youth ministry needs to be about: • AdorationMore than an act, this is a lifestyle that is fleshed out in expressions of prayerful dependence, deep gratitude, and expectancy in what God can do. • CommunityThis is an atmosphere of genuine caring, authentic relationships, and unity based on Christs love for his Church and the Churchs love for one another. • Truth-and-GraceThe basis of everything that is taught and valued, this is a setting where Gods Word is the standard and central to belief and behavior. • Serving-and-SharingAs a way of life, serving involves helping the whole person by ministering to both believers and the lost by meeting their needs, as well as verbally sharing Gods message of grace. As you dig into each aspect of ACTS, youll discover Jesus style and see how he cultivated each element in his own ministry. Then youll explore the youth ministry style of each aspect, where youll find 25 hands-on, easy-to-implement ideas on how to cultivate the same element in your context in order to create an environment of disciple-making that finally fits your ministry.
Kent Julian is a veteran youth worker, speaker, author, and founder of The Inside Out Youth Worker , a youth ministry training organization designed to empower youth workers to live and lead from the inside out (www.ioyw.com). He also is founder of Live It Forward (www.liveitforward.com), an organization that helps young professionals discover their life and career calling. He spends his free time with his wife, Kathy, and their three children.
Greg Jackson4 Stars Out Of 5October 2, 2008Greg JacksonGreat resource. Full of really good ideas to connect your students with God and help them see what it means to live missionally. Will use lots of these ideas.