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Review: Contemplative Youth Ministry (2/1/2007)
  Is Contemplative Youth Ministry a book worth reading? Check out this review and decide for yourself!
The Essential Volunteer Youth Ministry Library (6/1/2004)
  This helpful article provides a list of some essential youth programming resources for the volunteer youth worker.
Book Reviews: Worship Resource Series (3/30/2007)
  In this review, Rev. Terry Dittmer considers three youth worker "must haves" for designing worship services that resonate with youth.
Book Review: Listening to the Beliefs of Emerging Churches (4/26/2007)
  Rev. Terry Dittmer sheds some light on the theology of new trends in young adult ministry by reviewing the book "Listening to the Beliefs of Emerging Churches: Five Perspectives" compiled by Robert Webber.
Review - Partnering with Parents (8/4/2008)
  Working with parents can be an elusive task for the youth worker. We like having parents around, but don't always know what to do with them. The book Partnering with Parents in Youth Ministry offers some suggestions.
Young Adults and the Church: Book Reviews of Blue Like Jazz and Velvet Elvis (5/29/2007)
  Rev. Terry Dittmer ponders the emergent Church and the influence of culture and today's young adult on our theology as reflected in two compelling books, Blue Like Jazz by Don Miller and Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell.
Book Review: College Ministry from Scratch (10/17/2011)
  book review of College Ministry from Scratch by Chuck Bomar
Review: The Emergent Church (4/26/2007)
  Newbie DCE, Alaina Kleinbeck, touches on gender gaps and ministry to young adults by reviewing Dan Kimball's book, "The Emerging Church".
Book Review: Eutychus Youth (11/7/2011)
  a book review of Eutychus Youth: Applied Theology for Youth Ministry, by John Oberdeck
Book Review: Alomst Christian (12/7/2011)
  a book review of Almost Christian by Kenda Creasy Dean
Review: Opposite Day (11/14/2011)
  The premise for this upside down question book is to get your students talking.
Review: Youth Ministry Nuts and Bolts (1/27/2012)
  Robbins has again presented a volume on the breadth of the practice of youth ministry that is worthy of prime shelf space in our offices.
Review - Hurt - Inside the World of Today's Teenager (5/29/2007)
  Hurt hits the spot for those of us that want to reach youth exactly where they are. While Clark occasionally dabbles with language more familiar to university classrooms, overall he writes for an audience that actively works with today’s teenagers. He places a new framework of understanding on the lives of today’s teenagers that demands adult attention.
Review - Deep Ministry in a Shallow World (7/2/2007)
  Discover lessons you already know, but need to hear again in this month's review of Clark and Powell's new work, Deep Ministry in a Shallow World.
Book Review: They Like Jesus But Not the Church (10/31/2007)
  a book review of They Like Jesus But Not the Church by Dan Kimball
Review: Growing Souls (11/5/2008)
  Review of Growing Souls by Mark Yaconelli
Review: Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry (10/3/2008)
  Review - DCE Alaina Kleinbeck gives Andrew Root's Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry four stars.
Review: Jesus Centered Youth Ministry (2/4/2009)
  Rick Lawrence's book helps you find the center of your youth ministry: Christ.
Review: Youth Ministry 3.0 (4/14/2009)
  Marko's Youth Ministry 3.0 invites readers to join the Youth Ministry conversation.
Review: Spiritual Development: New Directions for Youth Development (5/29/2009)
 
Review: A New Kind of Youth Ministry (8/31/2007)
  A new book, "A New Kind of Youth Ministry" brings our thESource reviewer a challenge to the idea of working in and among the traditional church.
Can I Use It?: Studies on the Go - Philippians, Colossians, and First and Second Thessalonians (12/4/2009)
  These Studies on the Go are a great, easy to use resource!
Review: What Matters Most (7/1/2008)
  DCE Alaina Kleinbeck declares this a must read, especially for those times when your ministry and life is gearing up for a new cycle.
Review: Be the Change (9/5/2008)
  Zach Hunter's book provides both encouragement and an example to teens who want to make a difference.
Can I Use It?: Still More High School TalkSheets (10/30/2009)
  This is is a great resource for anyone looking to teach a group of high school students!
Can I Use It?: Follow: Walk in the Rhythm of Jesus (1/29/2010)
  A review of Follow: Walk in the Rhythm of Jesus from Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Book Review: God Sightings (3/5/2010)
  book review of Group's God Sightings curriculum
Review: Thriving Youth Ministry in Smaller Churches (4/26/2012)
  Thriving Youth Ministry in Smaller churches is a well-crafted book written for the vast majority of churches with a handful of teenagers.
Review: Doug Fields' Youth Leader Training on the Go (5/8/2012)
  Youth Leader Training on the Go could be a useful supplement to training a congregation might provide for youth ministry volunteers.
Review: The New Breed (5/29/2012)
  In The New Breed: Understanding & Equipping the 21st Century Volunteer, father and son Jonathan and Thomas McKee set out to help church leaders extend their reach of ministry through the effective use of volunteers.
Book Review: What Do I Do When Teenagers Deal with Death? (6/26/2012)
  What Do I Do When Teenagers Deal With Death is an excellent resource to grab if you have never had to deal with such an event in a teenager's life, if you are going through the experience right now or if you are a "pro" at dealing with death and grief.
Review: You're Designed to Shine (9/27/2012)
  "You're Designed to Shine" is a study for girls of all ages to help them realize God's design for their lives.
Review: Story, Signs and Sacred Rhythms (6/12/2012)
  Folmsbee wants to move us away from simply "keeping youth busy" to "a narrative approach that equips the rising generations".
 

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