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What Can We Do? - Practical Ways Your Youth Ministry Can Have a Global Conscience

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ISBN-10: 0310670357

ISBN-13: 9780310670353

Edition: 2011

Authors: David L. Livermore, Terry Linhart

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No matter where you are, your youth group can have a lasting, worldwide influence. What Can We Do? offers practical suggestions on how your ministry can respond to issues like poverty, immigration, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and many more. You'll help students impact the world around them, as they understand how their faith intersects with these global issues.
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Book details

List price: $15.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Zondervan
Publication date: 8/27/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.462
Language: English

Terry Linhart (PhD, Purdue University) is Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Bethel College, Indiana where he teaches ministry-related courses. His research and writing has focused on missions, evangelism, multicultural ministry, and leadership development. He is the co-author of Evangelism Remixed: Empowering Students for Courageous and Contagious Faith, and author of Middle School Talksheets: Life of Christ and High School Talksheets: Life of Christ. Terry and his wife, Kelly, have three teenagers, Lauren, Jayson, and Sean.

Globalization: What in the world matters?
The view across the aisle: understanding our reactions
"Me? rich? yeah, right!": Poverty and hunger
Silent killers: HIV/aids, malaria, tb
Sex and soldiers for sale: Human trafficking
Techno-craziness: Technology and media
"Hug a tree?!": Caring for the environment
Invaded by aliens: Immigration
Pride and Prejudice: Social cuss
Satan's Schemes: Ethnic division(with eric iverson)
Hollywood versus jihad: Clash of civilizations
"Glocal service": Making a difference near and far
15 year olds changing the world