Table of contents for Student ministry that leaves a mark : changing youth to change the world / Gary Zustiak ... [et al.].


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PURSUING THE PASSION
Youth Ministry for the 21st Century
FOUNDATIONAL ISSUES
1.	The Three Greatest Movements in Youth Ministry - GZ
2.	Understanding Youth Culture - GZ
3.	Working with Youth in a Postmodern World - GZ
4.	The Need for a Theological Perspective of Youth Ministry - GZ
5.	Developing a Philosophy of Youth Ministry - GZ
	PRACTICAL CONCERNS
6.	Getting Hired--Landing That First Big Opportunity - GZ
7.	The Planning, Power, and Purpose of Great Youth Events - GZ
8.	The Need for Creative Bible Teaching Methods and Planning - GZ
9.	Budgets, Finances, and Fund Raising - GZ
10.	Staff Relationships - GZ
11.	Discipline in the Youth Group - GZ
12.	Recruitment, Retention, and Retiring Volunteer Help - GZ
13.	Avoiding and Recovering from Burnout in Youth Ministry - GZ
	PROGRAMS
14.	Using Retreats for Spiritual Formation and Change - GZ
15.	Youth and Service - JM
16.	Short-Term Missions - JM 
17.	Small Groups: The Nonnegotiable Factor in Youth Ministry - KG
18.	Mentoring Students - KG
19.	Why Student Discipleship? - KG
20.	Structuring a Discipleship Ministry with Teens - KG
21.	Implementing Discipleship Groups into Your Youth Ministry - KG
22.	Mastering the Technique of Student Preaching - JF
23.	Ministering to Junior High Students - JF
24.	Evangelizing Young People - JF
	MODELS FOR YOUTH MINISTRY
25.	What Does a Youth Ministry Look Like? - GZ
26.	Family-Based Youth Ministry - GZ
27.	Developing a Balanced Youth Program - GZ
GZ = Gary Zustiak
JM = John Mouton
KG = Kevin Greer
JF = Josh Finklea
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church work with youth