The Fall 2010 Contest, part 1

The Fall 2010 Contest, part 1

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For the next several weeks, thESource will be giving away some great prizes! We’ll be giving away a prize each week.

 

To be entered in the first drawing, read last week’s feature article, The Challenges of Youth Ministry, and leave a comment sharing your thoughts on the greatest challenges in youth ministry.

 

Leaving a comment on that article will get your one entry into the drawing. To get additional entries, you can do the following:



  • Tweet about this contest on Twitter. Be sure to include @youthESource in your tweet.


  • Mention this contest on Facebook. Be sure to include @LCMSYouthMinistry in your update.


  • Write about this contest on your blog. Be sure to send a link to the blog post to thESource editor.

The first drawing will take place on Monday, October 25, at noon (CDT).

 

The winner of the first drawing will get to choose one these great resources from Concordia Publishing House:

 























College 101is filled with practical advice on preparing for life on campus. Because this book was developed by college students, its words of advice and counsel sound genuine to the reader. Developed from their personal experiences, the writings provide a perspective that no other can. Since the authors are also active leaders in campus ministry, their advice reflects Christian beliefs and prepares the reader for the challenges that a Christian faces on campus.

 

 

 

 

 



by Brad Alles

Who is this product for? Youth who want straight answers about faith. Seventy percent of church youth left home after high school and then left the Church according to a 2002 Barna poll. When asked for the reason for leaving the church, 32 percent (in an open ended question) listed intellectual skepticismreligion made no sense, there was no proof, or there were no answers to legitimate questions (2005 National Study of Youth and Religion). Youth have questionsGods Word has the answers.

 

 

 

 


by Rev. John Oberdeck

The author encourages pastors, Directors of Christian Education, youth ministry volunteers, college or seminary students or anyone who has an interest in youth ministry, adolescent development, and practical theology to read this book. 

This book examines what Lutheran theology adds to the whole field of youth ministry that isn’t found elsewhere.  It begins with an introduction to Eutychus, who is a paradigm of adolescent development.

 

 

 


Lutheranism 101 examines Lutheran beliefs and heritage in a fresh way. If you are a lifelong Lutheran searching for more information or new to Lutheranism looking to understand what we believe, this book will be your guide. It is written in an easy-to-read conversational style with short articles, side-bar features, and some humor. Lutheranism 101 helps create a solid foundation of reference upon which a lifetime of sound teaching can be built.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Go to the movies and who are you likely to run into? The students from your youth group. Youth and young adults very frequently, go to the movies; they rent movies; they download movies.

And now, with the help of Big Screen Bible Studies, you can teach your students how to watch these movies through the light of God’s Word. Explore popular movies and show students how they relate to God, even in the car chases and comedy.

This reproducible downloadable study examines the blockbuster film, Avatar, and is ideal for a 6 session study.

 

 

 



Go to the movies and who are you likely to run into? The students from your youth group. Youth and young adults very frequently, go to the movies; they rent movies; they download movies.

And now, with the help of Big Screen Bible Studies, you can teach your students how to watch these movies through the light of God’s Word. Explore popular movies and show students how they relate to God, even in the car chases and comedy.

This reproducible downloadable study examines the blockbuster film, The Book of Eli, and is ideal for a 6 session study.

 

 

 

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