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We had sneakers, they had guns : the kids who fought for civil rights in Mississ
Sugarman, Tracy
Adult Nonfiction E185.93.M6 S883 2009

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Summary: This book is unique tool for developing a friendly relationship between pastors and youth leaders and it may help your church to have a wider impact in the community through its ministry to the youth. What pastor does not want to see more young people surrendered at the feet of Jesus and ready to serve in the congregation? And what youth leader in his right mind would not want the entire congregation to appreciate the young people and to embrace them with the gospel? That is what this book is about. It is about working as a team so that the church's impact will continue to grow in effectively reaching and discipling new generations.


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