Do you dream of leading a ministry to reach the children or teens in your city? Are you looking for help in understanding the unique needs of the city child and how your organization or church can best minster to them?
Ministering to the city child or student comes with its own unique set of challenges. Many are raised in families affected by poverty, racism, or immigration. It requires personal sacrifice and an understanding that big problems require big solutions and big hearts.
In City Talks, Tanya Velardo (youth leader at The Renaissance Church in Harlem, New York) interviews Sam Collier (social activist, communicator, director of City Strategy for The reThink Group) about what it means to minister to children and teens in the city. In a simple question and answer format, Sam addresses the role small group leaders play in shaping the faith of a city child, social justice as it relates to the gospel, and how consistency over time can lead to real life change.
City Talks is an ebook you can read in one sitting, by Orange, a division of The reThink Group. For more resources like this, visit ThinkOrange.com and OrangeBooks.com.