Youth Ministry in the 21st Century (Youth, Family, and Culture): Five Views - eBook
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    By: Fernando Arzola Jr., Brian Crosby, Ron Hunter, Greg Stier

Youth Ministry in the 21st Century (Youth, Family, and Culture): Five Views - eBook

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Title: Youth Ministry in the 21st Century (Youth, Family, and Culture): Five Views - eBook
By: Fernando Arzola Jr., Brian Crosby, Ron Hunter, Greg Stier
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Baker Academic
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 9781441227881
ISBN-13: 9781441227881
Series: Youth, Family, and Culture
Stock No: WW74403EB

Publisher's Description

There are many philosophies and strategies that drive today's youth ministry. To most people, they are variations on a single goal: to make faithful disciples of young people. However, digging deeper into various programs, books, and concepts reveals substantive differences among approaches.

Bestselling author Chap Clark is one of the leading voices in youth ministry today. In this multiview work, he brings together a diverse group of leaders to present major views on youth ministry. Chapters are written in essay/response fashion by Fernando Arzola, Greg Stier, Ron Hunter, Brian Cosby, and Chap Clark. As the contributors present their views and respond to each of the other views, they discuss their task and calling, giving readers the resources they need to develop their own approach to youth ministry. Offering a model of critical thinking and respectful dialogue, this volume provides a balanced, irenic approach to a topic with which every church wrestles.

Author Bio

Chap Clark (PhD, University of Denver) is professor and chair of the youth, family, and culture department at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is on the teaching team at Harbor Christian Center church in Gig Harbor, Washington, is president of ParenTeen, and works closely with Young Life. Clark has authored or coauthored numerous books, including Hurt 2.0 and Sticky Faith. Follow him on Twitter: @chapclark.

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