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Building Young Believers Through Serving

In this series of articles we’ve been addressing strategies for advancing healthy youth ministry in and through congregations in the United States. This ministry is far more than programs—it involves personal relationships, where young people come to know and embrace a living person—Jesus, our Savior and Lord.

We have written about nurturing young believers using the model of CANS. This acronym stands for:

Community: where young believers are embraced by and included in a body of believers who are committed to Jesus’ mission.

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Jeb Egbert
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Building Young Believers Through Adoration

In this youth ministry equipping and training series we are exploring ways youth ministry workers and leaders may actively participate in Jesus’ disciplemaking ministry patterns—partnering with the Holy Spirit to seek the lost, nurture believers, equip workers and multiply and send shepherd-leaders.

In the previous article we began a series exploring ways to nurture believers using a set of powerful tools we refer to as CANS (community, adoration, nurture and serving). We started with community; in this article we explore adoration.

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Jeb Egbert
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Train Up a Child...

Most Christian parents want nothing more than for their children to know Jesus Christ. For years I read several scriptural passages that informed my approach to parenting. For example, Deuteronomy 6:7, in the context of the commandments that God gave to the Israelites after their exodus from Egypt, says “Impress them [the commandments] on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”

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Jeb Egbert
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