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We Can Keep Them In the Church



SKU# 0816319987

By Gary Hopkins, Myrna Tetz, Russell L. Staples

ISBN: 0816319987 | 256 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2004

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Success stories and ideas that can help us save our kids

We Can Keep Them in the Church is a book of action, not theory. Through stories, interviews, and personal testimonies, some of our church’s best and brightest explain how they are making a difference in the lives of young people—differences that connect them with the church before they walk out the door.

Picking up where its predecessor, It Takes A Church, left off, this book demonstrates how the formula of surrounding young people with caring adults who show true love and concern for them, is actually lived out. In seven power-packed sections, church leaders like Ron Flowers, Willie Oliver, Noelene Johnsson, Aileen Andres Sox, Steve Case, Jose Rojas, and Karl Haffner share a wealth of specific actions that members can take to draw young believers into church fellowship and relationship with God.

Let’s not sit by and watch one more young person leave the church. The disease is identifiable. And this book goes a long way in revealing a cure.

Space limitations kept a lot of good stuff – like the whole story of Estera Stefanovich out of this book. To see this extra material, click this link.

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Success stories and ideas that can help us save our kids

We Can Keep Them in the Church is a book of action, not theory. Through stories, interviews, and personal testimonies, some of our church’s best and brightest explain how they are making a difference in the lives of young people—differences that connect them with the church before they walk out the door.

Picking up where its predecessor, It Takes A Church, left off, this book demonstrates how the formula of surrounding young people with caring adults who show true love and concern for them, is actually lived out. In seven power-packed sections, church leaders like Ron Flowers, Willie Oliver, Noelene Johnsson, Aileen Andres Sox, Steve Case, Jose Rojas, and Karl Haffner share a wealth of specific actions that members can take to draw young believers into church fellowship and relationship with God.

Let’s not sit by and watch one more young person leave the church. The disease is identifiable. And this book goes a long way in revealing a cure.

Space limitations kept a lot of good stuff – like the whole story of Estera Stefanovich out of this book. To see this extra material, click this link.

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Gary Hopkins


DR. GARY L. HOPKINS graduated from Pacific Union College in Angwin, California. He went on to earn a doctor of medicine from the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, a master of public health and a doctor of public health from Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California. Hopkins has been published in various publications, including Adventist Review, Signs of the Times®, Ministry, and more. He tours around the world giving lectures and seminars on how to help kids better manage the difficult choices most of them will have to make in today’s culture.

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Myrna Tetz


After graduating from Walla Walla College and teaching in both high school and college for several years, Myrna married Bob Tetz, a minister. When their two children left home, she became the Communications and Health Director for the British Columbia Conference. During that time she directed an Adventist Awareness program, because she had a passion for the name of her church to be recognized by the general public. Now retired from her position as Managing Editor of the Adventist Review, Myrna continues to write; engages in some (not too many) household duties; dreams of having herb and rose gardens some day; and loves spending time with her three grandchildren.

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Russell L. Staples


Russell L. Staples, Ph.D., has served the Seventh-day Adventist Church many years as a pastor, evangelist, and university professor. He is currently professor emeritus of world mission at Andrews University, in Berrien Springs, Michigan.