This is the second episode in our series on parenting, and it’s all about the pitfalls and potential of youth ministry. We talk with Andrew Root, Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary, and author of The End of Youth Ministry: Why Parents Don’t Really Care About Youth Groups and What Youth Workers Should Do About It, as well as other books.
Links from this episode
- Check out our Parenting in Grace and Truth Workshop
- Andrew’s book The End of Youth Ministry: Why Parents Don’t Really Care About Youth Groups and What Youth Workers Should Do About It
- Andrew’s personal site
- Andrew on Twitter
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