The Ministry of Nurture

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Discipling teenagers means building a real-life faith into them. Which is exactly what youth ministry veteran Duffy Robbins explains how to do — definitively — in this sensitive, in-depth, and practical look at leading your kids into discipleship. No stranger to the challenge of discipling young people, Duffy draws from his decades of youth ministry experience as he describes a thorough, flexible discipleship program you can use with your students. In The Ministry of Nurture you’ll find– How to make faith practical in everyday life – How to help your kids develop their own faith – Seven keys to effective discipleship – How to help your kids build a faith that lasts – How you can help your kids apply their real-life faith in three key areas of the Christian life: outreach, nurture, and service – An important look at the two sides of peer pressure in the lives of young people — Whether you’re new to youth work or a veteran, The Ministry of Nurture is an indispensable addition to your youth ministry library.

  • Subject: CHURCH and MINISTRY/MINISTRY RESOURCES/YOUTH MINISTRY
  • Form Description: Paperback
  • Contributor: Duffy Robbins
  • Contributor Bio: Duffy Robbins is Professor of youth ministry at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania. A thirty-five year veteran of youth ministry, hes the bestselling author and coauthor of Enjoy the Silence, Speaking to Teenagers, Youth Ministry Nuts and Bolts and many more. Duffy speaks around the world to teenagers and people who care about teenagers.
  • Number of Pages: 240
  • Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties

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