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A Tale Of Two Youth Workers

Author: Eric Venable
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
ISBN: 0310867533
Size: 33.20 MB
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"Wes is young, enthusiastic, and perhaps a little idealistic about his new position as the youth pastor of the largest church in his denomination. Running into the ministry at full-steam with the best of plans and intentions, Wes soon learns that all the idealism and plans can’t prepare him for the struggles he’s facing. When Doug, the star quarterback, stops coming to youth group, Wes is faced with questions and frustration from the parents and church leaders. When he tries to win Doug back, Wes becomes even more confused when he learns that Doug began attending the youth group at the smaller church in town. Britt is a seasoned youth worker who has been at the smaller church in town for too many years to count. Doug ends up at Britt’s youth group, and soon after, Wes comes to Britt for insight. Only months before, Wes thought little of Britt because of his small youth group, but now he comes to Britt for help. In this creative fable, you’ll be invited into the ongoing conversations between Wes and Britt as they explore what it takes to have an effective youth ministry. You’ll watch as they discover what it takes for students to have a long-term, transformative faith. As Wes changes the way he does ministry, you might find yourself with a new perspective as well."

Fairy Tales And Fables From Weimar Days

Author: Jack Zipes
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319692755
Size: 73.86 MB
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This book is a collection of traditional German fairy tales and fables, deliberately transformed into utopian narratives and social commentary by political activists in the Weimar Republic (1919-1933). Against a backdrop of financial and political instability, widespread homelessness, and the reformation of public institutions, numerous gifted writers such as Berta Lask, Kurt Schwitters, Hermynia zur Mühlen, Oskar Maria Graf, Bruno Schönlank, and Joachim Ringelnatz responded to the need for hope among the common people by creating fairy tales and fables that offered a new and critical vision of social conditions. Though many of their tales deal with the grim situation of common people and their apparent helplessness, they are founded on the principle of hope. This revised edition includes over 50 illustrations by contemporary international artists who reveal how similar the Weimar conditions were to the conditions in which we presently live. In this respect, the Weimar fairy tales and fables have not lost their spirit and significance.

Josh Mcdowell S One Year Book Of Youth Devotions

Author: Josh McDowell
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842343015
Size: 34.24 MB
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Presents Scripture verses and readings for each day of the year, designed to help young people make good choices in their daily lives.

Already Gone

Author: Ken Ham
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
ISBN: 0890515298
Size: 61.96 MB
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Dor S Illustrations For The Fables Of La Fontaine

Author: Gustave Doré
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486169502
Size: 79.55 MB
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Magnificent illustrations for La Fontaine's witty Fables, with charming images of country folk and animal life, heroes from Greek mythology, and creatures from tales by Aesop. 84 full-page plates and 39 vignettes.

Friedman S Fables

Author: Edwin H. Friedman
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 146251149X
Size: 59.67 MB
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Edwin H. Friedman has woven 24 illustrative tales that offer fresh perspectives on familiar human foibles and reflect the author's humor, pathos, and understanding. Friedman takes on resistance and other "demons" to show that neither insight, nor encouragement, nor intimidation can in themselves motivate an unmotivated person to change. These tales playfully demonstrate that new ideas, new questions, and imagination, more than accepted wisdom, provide each of us with the keys to overcoming stubborn emotional barriers and facilitating real change both in ourselves and others. Thought-provoking discussion questions for each fable are included.