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|Description:||xii, 212 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||How do stories transmit a faith tradition?: narrative pedagogy and religious literacy --
How do stories shape one's sense of self?: narrative pedagogy and personal identity --
How do stories mediate a profound experience of the sacred?: narrative pedagogy and contemplative encounter --
How do stories nurture a critical consciousness?: narrative pedagogy and critical reflection --
How can stories embolden the artist within?: narrative pedagogy and creative vitality --
How can stories inspire social transformation?: narrative pedagogy and societal empowerment.
|Series Title:||Youth ministry alternatives|
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Finding God in the Graffiti encourages church educators, youth ministers, and students of ministry to connect the living reality of God through the use of powerful stories and narratives that will engage the youth in their church or Christian organization. It will inspire readers with many ways in which stories can engage youth.
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