Appreciative Reflections On The Impact Of “Family-Based Youth Ministry” -- By: Anonymous
JDFM 4:2 (Fall 2014) p. 116
Appreciative Reflections On The Impact Of “Family-Based Youth Ministry”
I first read Family-Based Youth Ministry by Mark DeVries when I was just a couple of years into ministry. As a
Jay Strother, Contributing Author to Perspectives on
Family Ministry and Trained in the Fear of God,
Campus & Teaching Pastor,
The Church at Station Hill, Thompson’s Station, Tennessee
JDFM 4:2 (Fall 2014) p. 117
When you hear the words “Youth Ministry”, one of the first names that one thinks of is Mark Devries. I can honestly say that for my life and the lives of many other youth ministers, few people have had the impact on us and on youth ministry over the last 20 years than Mark. I do not know Mark personally, but his books and his seminars have been a breath of fresh air to me and to my ministries at FBC, Houston, Tx. and Travis Avenue BC, Ft Worth, Tx. and now at Southwestern Seminary as a Professor of Youth Ministry. Thanks is not enough to convey my thoughts on Mark!
Johnny L. Derouen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Student Ministry,
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, Texas
Professor of Student Mini...
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