Youth Empowered

Youth Empowered

Millennials are disengaging themselves from the Christian faith at an alarming rate. With the culture changing at such a rapid pace, the church must now build a youth ministry that is as scalable, as adaptable, and as moldable as the ever-changing cultural landscape that today’s youth live in. This practical book walks you through the steps of building a student-led youth ministry that equips your students to actively practice their faith and engage their peers. By challenging traditional models of youth ministry, this model can be implemented successfully in any size youth ministry as it encourages youth leaders and youth pastors to minister alongside their youth, rather than at their youth.

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Publisher WestBow Press
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ISBN 1973681668
Pages 138 pages
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