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Timothy Sensabaugh: The Untrained Generation - What's Wrong With Youth Ministry?

The Untrained Generation

What's Wrong With Youth Ministry?

Timothy Sensabaugh

Pages:
114
Dimensions:
6 x 9
Category:
  • RELIGION - Christian Youth Ministry

  • Type:
    Paperback
    ISBN:
    9781624199547
    Price:
    11.99

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    Book Summary

    What does reality television, Professional Wrestling, Marilyn Manson, and Star Trek have to do with youth ministry? The answer is EVERYTHING. They all intersect in the new book by Timothy Sensabaugh THE UNTRAINED GENERATION: What’s Wrong With Youth Ministry.

     

    In his new book Timothy peels back the curtain and takes the reader on a high speed behind the scenes look at the difficult world of youth ministry. The Untrained Generation is a no holds barred look at the unique challenges and obstacles youth leaders face in today’s increasingly polarizing churches.

     

    How do you go from two teens to over

    five hundred in less than four years?

     

    How does a church go from the largest youth

    group to NO youth group in three weeks?

     

    What do you do when your senior pastor

    is sabotaging your every step?

     

    How do you respond when everyone else wants you to quit?

     

     

    Not only does The Untrained Generation answer those tough questions but it also talks openly and candidly about some of the biggest mistakes that youth pastors make in ministry. Timothy Sensabaugh is brutally honest and introspective about some of his own failures in ministry and how he overcame them.

     

    Timothy’s journey from the highest mountain tops to the lowest valleys of youth ministry is an insightful, humorous and objective account that will move you to laughter and tears.

     

    “It’s not always pretty but it never fails to be honest!”

     

    “The youth ministry book that dares to challenge the status quo of how ministry is done.”

     

    “An honest look at what it takes to be successful in youth ministry”

     

    “An essential read for new youth leaders.”

     


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