ADD A GOSPEL KICK TO YOUR YOUTH GROUP!
Ever read the book of Acts and wonder what you’re missing—why the Gospel isn’t advancing through your ministry as it did through the first-century Church?
In this compelling book, Greg Stier unpacks the secret to exciting and effective youth ministry. Using insights from the book of Acts, he unveils 7 key values present in the early Church and shows how youth leaders across the world today can blend them together—in a way that fits their own context—to create a dynamic ministry that grows the Kingdom and produces spiritual fruit in their teenagers.
So if you’re looking to spice up your youth ministry, “Gospelize” it! Discover the joy, excitement, and transformation you’ve been longing to see—and that Jesus promised.
By Greg Stier
Foreword by Kristopher Stout of Word of Life
"Trust me, this book will refresh you, encourage you, and refocus you on the original Jesus mission that got you into ministry. In addition, it will help you develop a plan of action that will transform the way you view and do youth ministry for the rest of your life. As you learn more about evangelism, I encourage you to think deeply about how evangelism connects with the other biblical purposes—it can deepen your discipleship efforts, ignite your ministry opportunities, and enhance your fellowship. Apply these ideas with love, humility, and consistency, and you’ll find yourself and your teenagers engaging more fully in worship. God’s purposes are waiting to be lived out in you and the youth ministry He has entrusted to you."
Doug Fields, Youth pastor for 30+ years, Author of 50+ books, cofounder of DownloadYouthMinistry.com
“Greg Stier takes his infectious heart and razor-sharp mind and pours it into Gospelize Your Youth Ministry in a way that is both inspiring and practical. He makes it clear that evangelism is not simply a programmatic option among many for youth ministry, but is rather the core reason and outcome of a healthy ministry. This book provides the foundation, the plan, and the structure to ensure that the book of Acts lives on in and through your ministry.”
Chap Clark, Ph.D., Former professor of Youth, Family, and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary; now lead pastor at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, California