1. Ten Of The Best Ways Black Men Can Inspire Our Youth 2. Caring For and Coping With The First-Year Collegian 3. Who Can Work With Our Youth? 4. Reaching And Nururing African American Youth 5. Connecting With Today's Youth:...
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1. Ten Of The Best Ways Black Men Can Inspire Our Youth 2. Caring For and Coping With The First-Year Collegian 3. Who Can Work With Our Youth? 4. Reaching And Nururing African American Youth 5. Connecting With Today's Youth: It's A Family Affair 6. Beyond Programs 7. Running The Relay Race With Our Youth 8. Evangelism 9. Discipleship 10. The Spiritual Development Of Black College Students 11. Campus Ministry And Conferences Change Lives 12. Educating Our Youth 13. The Challenge Of Contemporary Race Issues 14. Day Care Evangelism 15. Building A Youth Ministry That Works 16. Never Give Up On Youth
While today's kids are facing pressures never imagined in years past, their interest in Christianity and the church have waned, leaving them hungering for firm and proven answers amid a buffet of weak suggestions for their success. There is tremendous potential in the black community. How can we mine and refine it to see it shine? It's not too late to reach today's youth with the hope of the gospel. But this cannot be achieved simply with Scripture tracts and carefully constructed messages. Kids must be mentored. They need us to share our lives with them and model the abundant life in front of them.Matthew Parker and Eugene Seals have a passion for the African American youth. They've collected sixteen essays from leaders in the black community that inspire you to reach out and give you practical ways to do so.Learn how to bring kids back to church one by one.Discover techniques that can help black kids thrive in white colleges and a white culture.See how your church can support black youth and be an anchor in a new and unfamiliar world.
Matthew Parker is president of the Institute for Black Family Development in Detroit. He has played editorial roles in the books The Black Family and Men to Men.
Seals is founder and president of Quality Publishing Systems in West Bloomfield, MI. He is an experienced teacher & writer.