Youth Leaving the Church?: (How to Reverse This Trend)
Dr Joyce t Henderson, 2001 - 168 páginas
Why do so many youth become disenchanted with the Christian Church? This book discusses possible reasons why youth leave the church and suggests ways to reverse these trends. This book answers the questions: Why Church? Why can't I worship God in the comfort of my home, while enjoying the best preaching and spiritual music TV has to offer? Why can't I meed God at the water's edge, wiggling my toes in the warmth and surrounded by thousands of sun worshippers? It discusses how spiritual abuse, religious harrassment and perverted authority can cause our youth to leave the church and suggests methods to recovery. Dr. Joyce T. Henderson is a native of Little Rock, AR. she received her BS Degree from Lane College in Jackson, TN, her MA in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, and a D. Min. Degree from Carolina University of Theology. She is a Licensed Certified Marriage and Family Therapist. Dr. Henderson has founded and organized several churches in the Los Angeles area and served as Pastor. She is married to John W. Henderson, Sr. they have one adult son, John W. Henderson, Jr. Direct contact can be made with the author by writing to Dr. Joyce T. Henderson, Post Office Box 8359, Los Angeles, California 90008. Website: www.dladyrev.com.
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