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Engage: A Youth Worker's Guide to Creating a Culture of Mentoring


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Why should I invest in mentoring relationships with teenagers? Because this generation of young people longs for passionate adults to believe in them and show them the way to hope-filled and meaningful lives.

Mentoring is at the core of any strong ministry. If you want to make an impact on a school, a community, or a nation, it starts with investment in one student by a caring volunteer who believes in the potential of that one.

Mike Harder, a 25-year youth ministry veteran, has invested his life in imparting to others what he has learned about following Jesus and living according to his mission. The pages of this book flow from his experiences. Getting young people in the doors may be a great feat, but being part of God's work transforming their lives is a greater one. It will be hard and time consuming, but the impact will reach beyond what we could imagine.

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Harder, Mike
Barefoot Ministries
Christianity-Youth Ministry
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