Start Becoming a Good Samaritan Teen Edition Participant’s Guide

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‘What does it take for teenagers to ‘love your neighbor’ in a global community? Start> Becoming a Good Samaritan Teen Edition is an initiative to help teenagers live out Christ’s love in world-changing ways right where they live. This groundbreaking training program helps youth groups and youth organizations of explore the most pressing issues of our time—then start actually doing something about them. Designed for use with the start> Becoming a Good Samaritan Teen Edition DVD, the start> Becoming a Good Samaritan Teen Edition Participant’s Guide takes your students into the streets where, as the hands and feet of Christ, they will live out the gospel, positively impacting those suffering from poverty, social injustice, pandemic diseases, and more. Visit www.juststart.org to learn more about the nationwide church campaign experience and the growing list of national and international supporters and to access supplemental, online resources for the DVD curriculum.

  • Subject: CHURCH and MINISTRY/MINISTRY RESOURCES/YOUTH MINISTRY, YOUTH & CHILDREN/YOUTH INTERESTS/CHRISTIAN LIVING
  • Form Description: Softcover
  • Contributor: Michael Seaton
  • Contributor Bio: Mike Seaton is the founder of a non-profit organization called The Start Project, whose mission is to start a Good Samaritan movement. You can learn more about start at www.startproject.org. Michael Seaton is also the owner of The C2 Group. For over twenty years The C2 Group has provided strategic communication services for local, regional, and international clients. As the owner, Mike Seaton has channeled his passion to create powerful experiences through storytelling in both the video and web mediums into some of the top selling Christian curriculums available today.
  • Number of Pages: 96
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Country of Publication: US
  • Publication Date: 2012

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