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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Publication Date: 2006
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
Girls are more than just sugar and spice. Weve all figured that out. What we havent figured out completely is how theyre wired, why they do the things they do, how the world around them affects their choices and opinions, and what that means for youth ministryuntil now. In Teenage Girls, youll find advice from counselors and veteran youth workers, along with helpful suggestions on how to minister to teenage girls. Each chapter includes discussion questions to help you and other youth workers process the issues your own students face and learn how you can help them and mentor them through this tumultuous time. In addition to the traditional issues people commonly associate with girls, such as eating disorders, self-image issues, and depression, author Ginny Olson will guide you through some of the new issues on the rise in girls lives. Youll understand more about issues related to: Family • Addiction • Emotional well-being • Mental health • Physical welfare • Sexuality • Spirituality • Relationships
Ginny Olson abides in Minneapolis, MN where she is the Director of Youth Ministry for the Northwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church as well as a writer, speaker and consultant. Previously, she was one of two directors of the Center for Youth Ministry Studies at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois. She also served on the youth ministry staffs at Willow Creek Community Church and Grace Church, Edina, Minnesota. She is the author of Teenage Girls and co-editor and contributor to Breaking the Gender Barrier in Youth Ministry.