Your first two years in youth ministry : a personal and practical guide to starting right / Doug Fields.

By: Fields, Doug, 1962-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: El Cajon, CA : Youth Specialties Books published by Zondervan, Grand Rapids, MI, ©2002Description: 290 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 031024045X; 9780310240457Subject(s): Church work with youthDDC classification: 259/.23 LOC classification: BV4447 | .F545 2002Online resources: Sample text | Table of contents | Publisher description
Contents:
Where do I start? committing to the essentials -- Why do I feel this way? dealing with discouragement -- How do I stay spiritually fresh? establishing a heart foundation -- What's most important to students? being with them -- How do I work with parents? becoming family friendly -- Why all the conflict? dealing with difficult people -- Who's the leader? understanding submission and supervision -- Where do I get help? working with a team of leaders -- Can students handle responsibility? investing in student leaders -- Are we doing the right thing? evaluating youth ministry programs -- How do I make changes? navigating the phases of change -- What do I do now? defining a realistic job description for your first two years.
Summary: "The sequel to the first bestseller, Purpose-Driven Youth Ministry, this book addresses twelve valuable steps that will help readers take the first steps as they begin their ministry. An invaluable resource for anyone in youth ministry and ideal for first-timers, veterans, or college students in youth ministry"--Amazon.com.
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Where do I start? committing to the essentials -- Why do I feel this way? dealing with discouragement -- How do I stay spiritually fresh? establishing a heart foundation -- What's most important to students? being with them -- How do I work with parents? becoming family friendly -- Why all the conflict? dealing with difficult people -- Who's the leader? understanding submission and supervision -- Where do I get help? working with a team of leaders -- Can students handle responsibility? investing in student leaders -- Are we doing the right thing? evaluating youth ministry programs -- How do I make changes? navigating the phases of change -- What do I do now? defining a realistic job description for your first two years.

"The sequel to the first bestseller, Purpose-Driven Youth Ministry, this book addresses twelve valuable steps that will help readers take the first steps as they begin their ministry. An invaluable resource for anyone in youth ministry and ideal for first-timers, veterans, or college students in youth ministry"--Amazon.com.

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