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Nelson's Annual Youth Ministry Sourcebook, 2008 Edition
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Nelson's Annual Youth Ministry Sourcebook, 2008 Edition

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Thomas Nelson 2007

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$18.99

Overview

For busy youth workers needing a foundational resource for planning an entire year of youth worship services. Each weekly session in the Sourcebook includes age-appropriate Bible discovery activities, songs, and memory verses for younger and older teens. Every lesson concludes with a general life application and a personal application. Mid-week lessons introduce the coming Sunday lesson. Throughout the book are articles to help and encourage volunteer and professional youth ministers.

Key Features

  • 52 lessons providing optional closing applications: age 12-14, and 15 to 17
  • Weekly memory verse suggestions
  • Activities and crafts designed for junior high and high school youth
  • Mid-week reinforcement lessons

Product Details

  • Title: Nelson's Annual Youth Ministry Sourcebook, 2008 Edition
  • Author: Amy Jacober
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 416

About Amy Jacober

Amy Jacober (Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is associate professor of practical theology and youth ministry at Truett Theological Seminary. Jacober serves on two national boards: the Association of Youth Ministry Educators (AYME) and YoungLife Capernaum (YoungLife ministry for teens with disabilities). She also serves on the board of the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry (IASYM). Dr. Jacober is also invested in issues of fair housing, serving on the board of Agape Life Change of Pasadena, CA. Jacober's professional affiliations include the American Academy of Religion, the National Association of Christians and Social Work, the Association of Practical Theology, AYME, and IASYM.