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Targeting in-the-trenches youth workers, Unpacking Scripture in Youth Ministry by Andrew Root points youth workers back to Scripture, showing how the Bible must inform your ministry to faithfully shape the young people in your ministry.
This third book in the A Theological Journey Through youth Ministry series continues your journey with Nadia, a fictional youth worker who is wrestling with the challenge of understanding the reasons behind why and how she does youth ministry. The books in this engaging series can be read in any order.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 1.10 X 6.10 X 11.10 (inches)|
Series: Theological Journey Through Youth Ministry
The Promise of Despair: The Way of the Cross As the Way of the ChurchAndrew RootAbingdon Press / 2010 / Trade Paperback$16.19 Retail:
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Unpacking Scripture in Youth Ministry focuses on how to teach and present the Bible in the lives of teenagers. Andrew Root argues that teens are constant interpreters always asking the questions, who am I? and what do others think of me? and so youth ministers must teach them to interpret the actions of God as revealed in the Bible. This view is different than teaching biblical knowledge memory verses and Bible facts and its different than teaching them to interpret the Bible themselves. Rather, they are to view the Bible as a tool for interpreting Gods actions and then respond with their own actions.
Andrew Root (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is the Olson Baalson associate professor of youth and family ministry at Luther Seminary (St. Paul, Minnesota). He is the author of several books, including Relationships Unfiltered and coauthor of The Theological Turn in Youth Ministry with Kenda Creasy Dean. Andy has worked in congregations, parachurch ministries, and social service programs. He lives in St. Paul with his wife, Kara, two children, Owen and Maisy, and their two dogs, Kirby and Kimmel. When not reading, writing, or teaching, Andy spends far too much time watching TV and movies.