I’m writing a review of the recently released book A New Kind of Youth Ministry by Chris Folmsbee. The description?
A New Kind of Youth Ministry challenges you to take a fresh look at your ministry through the concept of “reculturing”—the act of changing the way things are done or simply creating a culture of change. No fly-bynight, change-for-the-sake-of-change concept, it’s about altering our paradigms for the sake of life change.
Imagine the spiritual growth your students could experience if you recultured your design for evangelism…for discipleship…for leadership…for missions…for programming…even for life itself.
Join Chris on this journey toward the future of youth ministry. You’ll ?nd that as you step back and look at your ministry through a new lens, the possibilities on the horizon are without limits.
Have you read it? What did you think? What applied to your context? What didn’t? I’d be interested in your input if you’re willing to be quoted.