The purpose of this project, conducted in March and April of 2007, was to use an eight-week dialogue among an international group of youth ministers in order to discuss the possibilities, as well as offer a prototype for a collaborative network of youth ministers that exists in order to: (a) promote effective strategies for spiritual formation in youth, b) facilitate mutual learning for youth ministers, and (c) foster a community of fellowship and support. Twenty-three ministers from ten different countries participated in this dialogue. In order to overcome geographical limitations the conversation took the form of an online discussion group.I would have to continue to hide my faith tradition from my friends, or else risk banishment into the elementary school exile of being labeled a freak and a ... Here Moses tells the next generation of Hebrews how to handle questions from their children like the one I had asked ... Then you shall say to your son, aWe were slaves to Pharaoh in Egypt, and the LORD brought us from Egypt with a mighty hand.
|Title||:||Open-source Discipleship: Collaboration in Youth Ministry|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|