Towards a Theology of Youth Ministry
This book is a collation of the papers presented at the First Australian Conference on Youth Ministry, which we hope will broaden the impact of youth ministry in this country and around the world. Youth ministry in Australia has generally...
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This book is a collation of the papers presented at the First Australian Conference on Youth Ministry, which we hope will broaden the impact of youth ministry in this country and around the world. Youth ministry in Australia has generally focused on the practical aspects of 'how to'. The First Australian Consultation provided a forum for younger theologians and youth ministry practitioners to think about 'why' and 'where to next'. A wide range of topics consider the future direction of youth ministry in this country and around the world: Theological models of youth ministry; Worship, community and the triune God of grace; The charismatic leader, change and the institutionalised church; You are what you are called: Trinity, self and vocation
Stephen Hale has been Lead Minister of the St Hilary's Network since 2009 and was previously Bishop of the Eastern Region, Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. Stephen worked closely with Peter Corney in leading the Diploma of Youth Ministry at Ridley College in the late 1980s and in establishing the Arrow Leadership Program in Australia in the mid-1990s. He is married to Karen with two adult children, James and Kate.
- Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Relational Theology And Its Impact On Youth Ministry; Trevor Hunter; 2. The Trinity, The Historical Jesus And Youth Ministry; Angus Mcleay; 3. A Theological Model Of Youth Ministry; Stephen Hale; 4. Developing Persons In The Local Church; Mark Leach; 5. Yough Ministry And The Postmodern Self; Andrew Stewart; 6. Worship, Community And The Triune God Of Grace; Olivia Moffatt; 7. Youth And The Experience Of The Holy Spirit; John Gray; 8. A Relational Theology Of Youth Ministry; Peter Hotchkin; 9. Dying For A Reason To Live; Brad Lovegrove; 10. You Are What You Are Called: Trinity, Self And Vocation; Gordon Preece; 11. Discipline, A Reflective Conversation; Roger Bray; 12. The Charismatic Leader, Change And The Institutionalised Church; David Rietveld