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Kids desperately need healthy, committed adults who can help them thrive in their faith and become active participants in the life of the church. This requires the efforts of the whole faith community. Chap Clark, one of the leading voices in youth ministry today, brings together twenty-four experts from a variety of denominations and traditions to offer a comprehensive introduction to adoptive youth ministry, a theologically driven, academically grounded, and practical youth ministry model. The book shows readers how to integrate emerging generations into the family of faith, helping young adults become active participants in God's redemptive community.
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About the Author
Chap Clark (PhD, University of Denver) is professor of youth, family, and culture and chair of the Christian discipleship department at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the interim preaching pastor at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, California, is president of ParenTeen, and works closely with Young Life. Clark has authored or coauthored numerous books, including the bestsellers Hurt 2.0 and Sticky Faith. Follow him on Twitter: @chapclark.