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Student ministry that leaves a mark : changing youth to change the world / Gary Zustiak ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Zustiak, Gary Blair, 1952-Publication details: Joplin, Mo. : College Press Pub., c2003. Description: 318 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0899009166 (hardcover)Subject(s): Church work with youthDDC classification: 259/.23 LOC classification: BV4447 | .S729 2003Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
The three greatest movements in youth ministry -- Understanding youth culture -- Working with youth in a postmodern world -- The need for a theological perspective of youth ministry -- Developing a philosophy of youth ministry -- Getting hired, landing that first big opportunity -- The planning, power, and purpose of great youth events -- The need for creative Bible teaching methods and planning -- Budgets, finances, and fund raising -- Staff relationships -- Discipline in the youth group -- Recruitment, retention, and retiring volunteer help -- Avoiding and recovering from burnout in youth ministry -- Using retreats for spiritual formation and change -- Youth and service -- Short-term missions -- Small groups : the nonnegotiable factor in youth ministry -- Mentoring students -- Why student discipleship? -- Structuring a discipleship ministry with teens -- Implementing discipleship groups into your youth ministry -- Mastering the technique of student preaching -- Ministering to junior high students -- Evangelizing young people -- What does a youth ministry look like? -- Family-based youth ministry -- Developing a balanced youth program.
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The three greatest movements in youth ministry -- Understanding youth culture -- Working with youth in a postmodern world -- The need for a theological perspective of youth ministry -- Developing a philosophy of youth ministry -- Getting hired, landing that first big opportunity -- The planning, power, and purpose of great youth events -- The need for creative Bible teaching methods and planning -- Budgets, finances, and fund raising -- Staff relationships -- Discipline in the youth group -- Recruitment, retention, and retiring volunteer help -- Avoiding and recovering from burnout in youth ministry -- Using retreats for spiritual formation and change -- Youth and service -- Short-term missions -- Small groups : the nonnegotiable factor in youth ministry -- Mentoring students -- Why student discipleship? -- Structuring a discipleship ministry with teens -- Implementing discipleship groups into your youth ministry -- Mastering the technique of student preaching -- Ministering to junior high students -- Evangelizing young people -- What does a youth ministry look like? -- Family-based youth ministry -- Developing a balanced youth program.

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