qEveryone makes mistakes. But why make the same ones that other youth workers have already learned tough lessons through? Whether youare a youth ministry volunteer or youave just stepped into a full-time youth ministry position, chances are that you donat know everything...not yet anyway. Here youall find wisdom from seasoned veterans who have abeen there and done thata so you can avoid the pitfalls theyave found themselves facing. With true stories from real youth workers, youall get the truth that you just donat learn in your seminar classes or volunteer training meetings. With thought-provoking questions, relevant Scripture, and practical applications, youall learn from some of the common, but avoidable, blunders of youth ministry veterans such as: ac Soul care slip-ups ac Team building terrors ac Relationship errors ac Parent problems (or is it problem parents?!) ac Programming pitfalls ac Budget blunders ac Moral minefields ac Authority ailments ac Crisis control While most people will cover up their mistakes and hope to never be found out, these brave youth workers are laying it all out there so you donat have to make the same mistakes. Let their encouragement and wisdom be your most-read training manual.qTake your schedule to a trusted confidante, mentor, or ministry colleague and get some honest feedback. Have a ... A great book that teaches this practice is Enjoy the Silence: A 30-Day Experimentin Listening to God by Duffy and Maggie Robbins (Zondervan/ Youth Specialties, 2005). ... Honda Civic 5-speed. It was a ... When I took it in for service, the mechanic told me there was sediment in the gas tank.
|Title||:||If I Knew Then What I Know Now|
|Publisher||:||Harper Collins - 2010-01-05|