By Darren Sutton
Imagine a world where everything in youth ministry is black-or-white, where simple solutions are always evident, and where one size truly fits all.
Would you like a unicorn with that?
Here's the reality of youth ministry: Gray often is the dominant color, differing opinions abound, and the way forward isn't always clear or certain. But just like a wise sage, Two Sides: Finding What Fits Your Ministry
will help you through the journey of discovering the right, best answers for your ministry.
You'll gain insights from veteran youth workers who have wrestled with these debatable gray areas. For example, should we write our own curriculum, or used pre-written material? Should small groups be separated by gender, or combined into co-ed groups? Should I be accountable for regular office hours, or follow an adaptable schedule because of youth ministry's crazy hours?
In these and other areas, no answer is right or wrongthe "correct" answer is the one that best fits your specific setting. This book will engage you in considering both sides of the matter, thinking through some important questions, and then determining your own side of the issue. This is a downloadable electronic file (ZIP). Approximate Size: 5 MB. Download time will vary.
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