Kenda Creasy Dean, an ordained United Methodist pastor in the Greater New Jersey Annual Conference, is the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary. In addition to teaching in practical theology, education, and formation (specifically youth and young adult ministry, the church as social innovator, and theories of teaching), Kenda works closely with Princeton's Institute for Youth Ministry and the Farminary. She also serves as the coordinating pastor of Kingston United Methodist Church.
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The Godbearing Life, Revised Edition

The Art of Soul Tending for Youth Ministry  
Megan DeWald, Kenda Creasy Dean, Ron Foster
A generation ago, The Godbearing Life charted a new course for youth ministry to fuel the faith both of young people and the adults who minister with them. It is founded on the truth that we are all Godbearers to one another, and therefore youth ministry is more about people than programs. Youth ministry is ministry that invites young people into deep soul work and spiritual friendships. Like the original, The Godbearing Life, Revised Edition is conversationally written, grounded in scripture...

The Godbearing Life

The Art of Soul Tending for Youth Ministry  
Kenda Creasy Dean, Ron Foster
In The Godbearing Life, the authors offer a lively spiritual primer and practical guide for those who pastor young people. Dean and Foster rechart a course for youth ministry through the classical spiritual disciplines of the church. The book identifies families, congregations, and mentor relationships as the "holy ground" where young people are most likely to say "Yes!" to God.