The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2: Prayers and Worship Services for Youth Ministry

Kobo ebook | September 13, 2009

bySteven L. Case

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The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 extends the tools offered in The Book of Uncommon Prayer by providing more experiences that bring students into a deeper awareness of God. This collection of scripted services, blessings, rites, and prayers meets the growing desire of young people to step outside the “noise” of their lives and linger in a slower, quieter place. Inside you’ll find: • A service to start the new school year • Blessings for a new youth room • A modified Seder meal • Hard Communion • Many blessings for everyone from babies to waiters • Lots of prayers for Advent, politics, sunsets, and more • A comprehensive guide for engaging the five senses in worship The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 is an essential resource that can provide you with step-by-step instructions for meaningful services while also providing you an indexed reference for prayers and blessings that can be accessed at the drop of a hat. Geared toward all denominations and all levels of ministry involvement, The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 creates an accessible, essential set of worship and prayer experiences that will draw your students to the still, quiet, love of Christ.

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The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 extends the tools offered in The Book of Uncommon Prayer by providing more experiences that bring students into a deeper awareness of God. This collection of scripted services, blessings, rites, and prayers meets the growing desire of young people to step outside the “noise” of their lives and linger in a ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 13, 2009Publisher:Zondervan/Youth SpecialtiesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0310828880

ISBN - 13:9780310828884

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