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Story, Signs, and Sacred Rhythms: A Narrative Approach to Youth Ministry Hardcover – August 14, 2010
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About the Author
Chris Folmsbee has served as a youth pastor for nearly 15 years, and now serves as a volunteer youth worker in his local church. He currently leads Barefoot Ministries, a youth ministry training and publishing company located in Kansas City, and is on staff with Youthfront. Chris is the author of several books including his most recent, Story, Signs, and Sacred Rhythms: A Narrative Approach to Youth Ministry. He lives in Overland Park, Kansas, with his wife, Gina, and their three children, Megan, Drew, and Luke.
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As a youth ministry practitioner for more than 20 years I have read many of the titles that have been touted as the "next big thing" - and far too many "over-promised" and "under delivered." In my mind Chris, promises a lot (he spells out the objectives of what he desires to share with the reader, right from the get go) - but he delivers much more. In Story, Signs and Sacred Rhythms you will find a model for approaching youth in the church that still allows for local contextualization and imagination. At the same time - this is a model situated in helping engage students in God's story with all it's implications and opportunity for integration into living story-filled lives that join God in restoring the world to it's intended wholeness.
Don't overlook this title, this is one of those books that will accompany you as you pursue your youth ministry vocation. Great for those fresh to the field, but definitely deep enough to stir many questions and discussions for the veteran in youth ministry.
Story, Signs and Sacred Rhythms, is a "must-read."