There are other books we would like to recommend in the future as well. Here are some of the most important books we think every Youth Worker should read. We’ve got a huge task in front of us but with Christ we can do all things. Crawford What Matters Most when NO is better than YES by Doug Fields Thriving Youth Groups: Secrets For Growing Your Ministry by Jeanne Mayo Uncensored: Finding God When He Feels Far Away by Jeanne Mayo Dating Declassified: The Uncensored Truth About Friendship, Dating and Sex by Jeanne Mayo The Whole Youth Worker: Advice on Professional, Personal, and Physical Wellness from the Trenches, 2nd Ed.Jeanne Mayo, with over 20 years in youth ministry, shares powerful illustrations and scriptural teaching to teens on poignant topics including sex before marriage, homosexuality, dating, falling in love, and friendship.The only way to navigate the majority of them correctly (you will never be able to navigate 100%) is to read about how others navigated those problems.In some cases in ministry you just make one wrong turn and that is the end of your ministry.
In ministry you will face an incredible amount of challenges.
(Slow down, read that again) The fact that the book is written by a Christian Youth pastor is not covered up or hidden, but many of her suggestions and statements can apply to ALL youth (and some adults).
Joe Mc Gee gives parents eight powerful principles that go beyond vocation, ethnicity, religious background, or upbringing.
Now it's up to him, Rapper and Alex to rescue her no matter what it takes. She's been jailed in a completely holographic environment - with knights, horses, castles and …a dragon.
Youth Pastors, Let us start by saying it is really humbling to be given a position to help other Youth Pastors and Leaders when we ourselves are still learning so much every day about God, ministry and teens.