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Youth Ministry and Spirituality Project: A Revitalized Approach Meets Youth Needs

In an era when most programs and products geared for young people are loud or fast or both, an approach to meeting the needs of youth that is quiet and deliberately contemplative may seem counterintuitive.

In an era when most programs and products geared for young people are loud or fast or both, an approach to meeting the needs of youth that is quiet and deliberately contemplative may seem counterintuitive. But according to Mark Yaconelli, the director of the Youth Ministry and Spirituality Project housed at San Francisco Theological Seminary, many of today's young people want to encounter God in an authentic way.

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