Book Review: YM2K - Youth Ministry for the Millenial Generation by Sam Hestorffcategories: Book, Christian Living, Teens, Teenagers, Adolescent, Youth Workers, Teenage Social Networking, Culture Shift, Youth Ministry
Author: Sam Hestorff
Publisher: Smyth & Helwys Publishing
Brand: Brand: Smyth n Helwys Publishing
Can't Say Enough About ItI have been in youth ministry for nearly 20 years and it was so refreshing to finally pick up a book that was NOT selling a program! This book really opened my eyes to the fast changing youth culture and helped me put words to what I have been experiencing as a youth minister over the past few years. I would highly recommend this book to youth leaders, like myself, who have been at this for awhile and need a fresh perspective on youth ministry.
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