Practical Wisdom for Youth Ministry
The Not-So-Simple Truths That Matter
by David Fraze
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Pub Date 02 Jan 2018 | Archive Date 02 May 2018
Abilene Christian University Press & Leafwood Publishers, Leafwood Publishers
You have the passion it takes to serve in youth ministry, but where do you start?
All youth ministers have asked this question to themselves at least once in their career: ''What do I do now?'' Practical Wisdom for Youth Ministry is a practical, concise starting point to help answer that question and many others. This resource is packed with expert advice and personal testimony to support and encourage ministers and volunteers working with youth.
Practical Wisdom for Youth Ministry addresses many pressing issues for youth ministers with straightforward steps that are both biblically grounded and easy to apply. It discusses large-scale concerns such as organization, budgeting, and outreach, as well as personal concerns such as marriage, self-care, and conflict. For new and veteran youth ministers, David Fraze offers the necessary tools to help build a strong foundation for effective, powerful ministry.
"You won't just find ideas for how to reach kids in these pages; you'll discover more about your own faith".
— Bob Goff, New York Times best-selling author of Love Does
"I hope every youth leader pays attention to David's wise insights. Practical Wisdom for Youth Ministry helps rookies start ministry on the right trajectory and helps veterans adjust their lives and ministries to experience all God has for them."
— Kara Powell, PhD, Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute and coauthor of Growing Young and Sticky Faith
"I love the tone, the content, the depth, and the format of this book. Trust me, any youthworker - rookie, veteran, or volunteer - will find it a worthwhile read."
— Duffy Robbins, Professor of Youth Ministry, Eastern University