Pathways of Hope and Faith Among Hispanic Teens

Pastoral Reflections and Strategies Inspired by the National Study of Youth and Religion 

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Edited by Ken Johnson-Mondragon



Building on the largest national survey of teenage religion ever conducted, leading Catholic and Protestant experts recount in unprecedented detail the experiences of God, faith, community, youth ministry, and family among the fastest-growing segment of young people in the country—Latinos. Listen as young Hispanics describe their faith and hopes in their own words; gain understanding of the major issues affecting their religious development and life prospects; and improve your ministry or family life with insightful pastoral recommendations.

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Product Details

Copyright: Jan. 1, 2007

Format: Paperback

Size: 6 x 9

Length: 392 pages

Item number: 3718

ISBN: 978-0-9800293-0-7

ISBN-10: 0-9800293-0-9

Customer Reviews

By Kenda Creasy-Dean, author of The Godbearing Life: The Art of Soul-Tending for Youth Ministry and associate professor of Youth, Church and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary

Pathways of Hope and Faith Among Hispanic Teens is a monumental achievement, for the first time capturing vital, hard-to-find research on the religious lives of Latino young people and presenting it with passion for parents and people in ministry. The scope of this book will leave you breathless—and its conclusions will give you hope. From cultural analysis to concrete pastoral strategies, Catholics and Protestants, Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike will depend on it for decades to come.
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