Plugging in Parents
The most important ingredient in developing teenagers' faith is often the one that's missing: parents. But successful ministries such as those led by Jim Burns, Jeanne Mayo, Kurt Johnston, and more have proven that connecting with parents is the ultimate...
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The most important ingredient in developing teenagers' faith is often the one that's missing: parents. But successful ministries such as those led by Jim Burns, Jeanne Mayo, Kurt Johnston, and more have proven that connecting with parents is the ultimate way to help teenagers grow in faith!
Jeanne Mayo, President of Youth Source Ministries and Director of Oxygen Youth and Youth Adult Outreach located in Decatur, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. She has been called America's #1 Youth Pastor by Ministries Today. She is also a regular columnist for both Group Magazine and Ministries Today.
Jim Burns founded the ministry of HomeWord in 1985 with the goal of bringing help and hope to struggling families. As host of the radio broadcast, HomeWord with Jim Burns, which is heard daily by more than one million listeners, Jim's passion is to build God-honoring families through communicating practical truths that will enable adults and young people alike to live out their Christian faith. In addition to the radio program, Jim speaks to thousands around the world each year through seminars and conferences. He is an award-winning author, whose books include The 10 Building Blocks for a Happy Family and Devotions on the Run.
John Baker is the founder of Celebrate Recovery, a ministry born out of the heart of Saddleback Church. The program is being used in 12,000 churches and over 500,000 individuals have completed the program. John began serving as a lay pastor at Saddleback in 1991; and in 2001, Rick Warren asked John to become the pastor of Celebrate Recovery. He travels nationally speaking at churches and training them in the Celebrate Recovery program. John and his wife, Cheryl, have been married almost four decades and have served together in Celebrate Recovery since 1991. They have two adult children. John B