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Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Research shows that a significant number of Adventist youth and young adults are not staying connected with their local churches, especially during their high school and college years. And if they lose their connection then, it is very difficult to reconnect. What is your church doing? What is involved in building highly positive connections with young Adventist members?

The AdventSource Youth and Young Adult Ministry Collection features cutting-edge scholarship and critical insights on youth and young adult ministry from a Seventh-day Adventist perspective. It examines different models practitioners employ for connecting with youth and young adults, discusses the difficult cultural challenges contemporary youth leaders face, and lays out basic principles for discipling today’s youth and young adults. This collection also examines how parents and others can impart their faith to today’s young people and help them become church leaders.

What makes this particularly helpful is Logos Bible Software has incorporated some useful functionalities and features into these volumes. Scripture and ancient text citations link directly to English translations and original-language texts, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library.

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About Rich DuBose

Rich DuBose

is director of Church Support Services for the Pacific Union Conference

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