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Free Stuff Fridays (Rooted Ministry)

Free Stuff Fridays

This week the blog has been sponsored by Rooted Ministry, and today they are giving away five book bundles.

Are you trying to disciple teenagers and finding it harder than you imagined? We’ve been there, too. Rooted Ministry is led by a group of practicing youth ministers and parents of teenagers, and we work to advance gospel-centered youth ministry both at church and at home.

Many of the resources we find are either encouraging people to try harder, be more fun or relevant, or are so focused on trends, that we see a drastic drop-off of students who stay in the church after high school graduation. In fact, studies show 70% of teenagers who were churched in adolescence leave the church after graduating from high school. Rooted’s big vision is to flip that statistic.

“We are weighing our teens down with unmeetable demands and it shows in the number of teens that leave the faith when they leave the home. Rooted Ministry offers something different. They offer the good news of what Christ has done for them. They offer Jesus. They offer grace. I personally am so encouraged by the work that Rooted is doing and I know that their resources will change the way you think about youth ministry.” – Jessica Thompson, Author, and Speaker

We equip parents of teenagers and churches to disciple their students to lifelong faith in Jesus Christ. Thankfully, studies demonstrate that when students receive a gospel-based discipleship and Biblical theology, they are much more likely to continue walking in faith into and through adulthood. We hope you’ll check out our blog, podcasts, newsletter, community, curriculum, and training as you love and disciple the teenagers in your life.

Today, we are excited to provide several giveaways five book bundles to help you along the way. We’re excited to give away these five books in each bundle: Gospel-Centered Youth Ministry: A Practical Guide edited by Cameron Cole and Jon Nielson, Give them Grace by Elyse Fitzpatrick, New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp, Therefore I Have Hope by Cameron Cole, and Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family by Paul David Tripp.

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Giveaway Rules: You may enter one time. When you enter, you opt-in to receive marketing emails from Rooted Ministry. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes on November 25, 2020 at midnight.

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