Youthwork After Christendom Paperback
Church, Mission and Working with Young People in a Post-Christendom Age
by Jo Pimlott; Nigel Pimlott;
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Youthwork After Christendom
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How can real hope and opportunity be realised so that the next generation will approach faith without a Christendom mindset?
Most young people have no desire to embrace a church perceived as old fashioned, but remain interested in spirituality.
By examining the influences of the past, exploring the stories of those young people who have been partaking in church and by considering the views of those not connected to Church, this book offers insights, theology, practical application and some hope for the future.
Those charged with responsibility are encouraged to seriously consider passing on the baton to young people now for the sake of the future. Like it or not, the destiny of the church is in their hands.
Youthwork After Christendom by Jo Pimlott;Nigel Pimlott was published by Paternoster Press in January 2008 and is our 24116th best seller. The ISBN for Youthwork After Christendom is 9781842276051.
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Youth Work after ChristendomJim Currin, via The Good Book Stall
This is a very helpful consideration of youth work today and a much needed guide. Particularly useful is the exploration of HUP (homogeneous unit principle), which will be useful elsewhere. I love the end about paradox. I think that word opens so many doors and the observations so true and advice helpful. I wrote Grove Paradox in the Gospel and would love to write more about that subject as a means of not only coping about questions of faith, but in finding faith in the first place. So, a book which is most enlightening and full of illustrations about youth work, but with far more implications for other groups of people beyond that.
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Details for Youthwork After Christendom
|Author / Artist||Jo Pimlott;Nigel Pimlott|
|Publisher||Paternoster Press (January 2008)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||3rd December 2017|