8 edition of Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry found in the catalog.
November 30, 2007
by IVP Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||221|
Andrew Root joined Luther Seminary in as assistant professor of youth and family ministry. Previously he was an adjunct professor at Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington D.C., and Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J. Root received his bachelor of arts degree from Bethel College, St. Paul, Minn., in He earned his master of divinity () and his master of theology /5(). 40 quotes from Andrew Root: 'Ministry, then, is not about "using" relationships to get individuals to accept a "third thing," whether that be conservative politics, moral behaviors or even the gospel message. Rather, ministry is about connection, one to another, about sharing in suffering and joy, about persons meeting persons with no pretense or secret motives.
In the case of Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry, academic quality means an intriguing historical overview of the concept of relationships in youth ministry, a briefing on the sociological state of American Evangelicalism as studied and reported by Christian Smith (known in youth ministry circles for his book Soul Searching, but who has also. Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry left me with a lot to think about and digest. I found the book to be very much in the vein of Kenda Creasy Dean’s influential book The Godbearing Life. Like I said, I came to Christ (as did literally millions of Christian young people in the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s) through a more instrumental type of.
I've read "Relationships Unfiltered" as well as "Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry;" this book is a practical, on-the-ground resource and conversation starter for people engaged in youth ministry. Root argues relationships are the heart of youth ministry - not merely to influence youth to be Christian. Relationships are a means to their own end/5(10). Yesterday I finally read Youth Ministry by Mark Ostreicher, and since I’m one of the latecomers to the conversation I won’t summarize the book too much. Marko has linked to tons of reviews on his blog if you are interested in more in-depth summaries.. If you are fairly in-tune with a lot of the latest conversations around the ineffectiveness of youth ministry then this book will not be.
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Fresh, wise and disciplined, Root exposes the sand on which much 'relational youth ministry' of the late twentieth century has been based, and recasts the church's ministry with young people in the Christology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. In so doing, Root injects youth ministry with both a needed missional direction and a welcome theological humility/5(25).
This book "revisits" and challenges the status quo of relationship-driven youth ministry by digging into Dietrich Bonhoeffer's theology of relationships as understood in the human-God, Jesus Christ/5.
Root's book is a valuable asset to the field of youth ministry. In calling for an incarnational perspective of relational ministry, Root provides a biblical and theological foundation from which youth leaders can establish meaningful relationships with young people.- /5(13). This book dives into the contrived world of relational ministry and breathes new life into it.
Root's treatment of agenda driven relationships in ministry is a remarkable work in that it accepts the needs of relationships and also points to something so much more profound/5.
The book will appeal to youth ministers, clergy, academics, graduate and post-graduate students, but also informed volunteers involved in youth ministry. Through the discipline of practical theology, it correlates the voices of the youth ministers, a set of materials used to deepen faith, and contemporary expressions of sung worship.
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While Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry billed itself as a way for youth workers to develop a theology of incarnation, Relationships Unfiltered is touted as a practical book that will provide help for volunteers and parents to develop relationships with teenagers.
Over the next few days, I intend to present a review, reflection, and response to Andrew Root’s book Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry. This book was the result of his PHD dissertation at Fuller Theological Seminary (I think) and while it is highly academic, much can be learned about practical youth ministry from his research and discoveries.
In part two of his book, Andrew Root begins to explore in depth and detail the implications and applications of relational youth ministry based upon the theology of Christ's incarnation. In order to do so, Root researches the writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his teachings on "place-sharing" as the embodiment of the incarnation in community.
In Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry, Andrew Root explores the origins of a dominant ministry model for evangelicals, showing how American culture. Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry by Andrew Root. Quite simply, this book says that relationships aren’t a youth ministry tool we use to get people to come to Jesus or to behave in a way we like.
In fact, to do that is heresy. Instead, relationships are youth ministry, not a tool for youth ministry. “Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry establishes Andrew Root as a seminal voice in a new generation of youth ministry scholars.
Fresh, wise and disciplined, Root exposes the sand on which much ‘relational youth ministry’ of the late twentieth century has been based, and recasts the church’s ministry with young people in the Christology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.”. Andrew Root joined Luther Seminary in He is often mentioned as one of the leading scholars in youth ministry and practical theology in the world.
His first book Revisiting Relational Ministry (IVP, ) presented a new trajectory for youth ministry, offering the field one of the first robust theological projects.
Since then, Root has. Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry by Andrew Root,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
" Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry establishes Andrew Root as a seminal voice in a new generation of youth ministry scholars. Fresh, wise and disciplined, Root exposes the sand on which much 'relational youth ministry' of the late twentieth century has been based, and recasts the church's ministry with young people in the Christology of Pages: Andrew Root serves as a professor at Luther Seminary in St.
Paul, Minnesota, and writes prolifically (The Pastor in a Secular Age , Faith Formation in a Secular Age , Bonhoeffer as Youth Worker , The Relational Pastor [), The Theological Turn in Youth Ministry , Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry ).
In this. Informed by interviews that Root conducted with parents, this book explores how parents' perspectives of what constitutes a good life are affecting youth ministry.
In today's culture, youth ministry can't compete with sports, test prep, and the myriad other activities in which young people participate. Looking for books by Andrew Root. See all books authored by Andrew Root, including Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry: From a Strategy of Influence to a Theology of Incarnation, and Relationships Unfiltered: Help for Youth Workers, Volunteers, and Parents on Creating Authentic Relationships, and more on This entry was posted in Youth Min and tagged Andrew Root, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, emerging youth ministry, family-based ministry, relationships, rethink youth ministry, Revisiting Relational youth ministry by emergingyouth.
Bookmark the permalink. Download Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry books, Andrew Root reviews the history of relational/incarnational youth ministry in American evangelicalism and recasts the practice as one of "place-sharing"--not so much "earning the right to be heard" as honoring the human dignity of youth and locating God in their midst.
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