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Kenda Creasy Dean on Young People's Faith and Youth Ministry

Kenda Creasy Dean observes that the common view among young people that faith is something nice to have but is not really necessary to their lives "undercuts the life-shaping force of Christian teaching." She explains where young people acquire this notion and what this means for the future of youth ministry.

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