Wow, July and August and even September were busy times in the studio. I had several books in production at the same time, all in different stages – and once they wrap up and get final writer/author approval, the project heads off to Quality Assurance. We narrators aren’t privy to the mysterious workings in QA, but we do know they take awhile! They say it can take up to 30 days to be ready to Head to Retail, sometimes longer (but know one who knows why is telling).
Now, without more ado, here is one of those projects!
This was a joy to work on and I’m so glad Scott Brown and NCIF – now Church and Family Life, trusted me with their project.
A Weed in the Church: How a culture of age segregation is harming the next generation, fragmenting the family, and dividing the church. While almost everyone involved in youth ministry agrees there is a crisis, not everyone agrees on its severity nor has the same diagnosis. A Weed in the Church suggests that this well-recognized crisis has a specific cause, which will surprise many. Brown argues that while scripture defines and wholeheartedly encourages youth discipleship, the premises of modern youth ministry are at odds with biblical teaching and must be reformed. A Weed in the Church unfolds the history, the nature, the effect, and the root problem of systematic, age-segregated youth ministry and presents helpful solutions built on scripture’s sure foundation.
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