|Short Bio||Jeffrey Keuss
Jeff Keuss is Professor of Christian Ministry, Theology and Culture at Seattle Pacific University (SPU) in Seattle, Washington. Jeff is a regular contributor to The Kindlings Muse monthly podcast on theology and culture (www.thekindlingsmuse.com). His books include Your Neighbor’s Hymnal: What Popular Music Teaches Us about Faith, Hope and Love; Freedom of the Self; A Poetics of Jesus; and The Sacred and the Profane. You can follow him on Twitter @JeffKeuss as well as his blog: http://jeffkeuss.com/.
|Publish Date||Feb 4, 2014|
- Review by kirk
I feel like this is a great book that shows the importance of bridging the gap between adults and teens and the importance of understanding who teens are and to know the things that make them who they are. I thought this book was easy to read and enjoyed the length of the chapters and how reading this book wasn't a burden. I really enjoy Jeff Keuss' emphasis on building a relationship and connection with teens and avoiding the feeling of generation gap and gives ideas on how we can go about doing so. I would recommend this book to anyone with youth ministry in mind but also keeping in mind that this book is only one of many out there that address the importance of understanding youth (Posted on 10/22/14)