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A (South) African voice on youth ministry research : powerful or powerless?
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015)
Research on youth ministry in Africa and specifically South Africa traces its origin to much research conducted in America and Europe. Many African scholars also draw on research and practices within these international ...
Revisiting a family approach in youth ministry
(AOSIS Publishing, 2016-08)
The primary aim of this article is to reflect on the ‘family’ of a family approach in youth ministry. The overall aim of the article is to confirm the importance of family as social and, specifically, a religious institution. ...
Missionising youth identity crisis : towards a missional hermeneutic of coping in youth ministry practice
(Southern African Missiological Society, 2016)
The intention of this paper is to interpret the ontological conditions of youth identity crisis missionally. This is first done by conceptualising identity crisis as a psychological phenomenon using frameworks of authenticity ...
Youth culture, media and sexuality : what could faith communities contribute?
(AOSIS Publishing, 2012-02)
This article provided an overview of youth culture and how the media shapes youth culture today. Its specific aim was to focus on the access to sexual content that the different forms of media provide and the possible ...
Creative tensions in youth ministry in a congregational context
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015-02)
Since the recognition of youth as a social category, several approaches to youth ministry developed. One of the approaches, namely the inclusive congregational approach to youth ministry, will be critically reflected on ...