Item description for Beyond the Myths: The Journey to Adulthood by Daniel Bagby...
Overview Author and professor Daniel Bagby's latest book, Beyond The Myths: The Journey To Adulthood, addresses some of the unique challenges confronting today's emerging young adult. Exploring that gray area between adolescence and adulthood, the book identifies their unique struggles in regard to personal identity, sexuality, intimacy, vocation, personal choice, and spiritual definition. The book further explores pastoral care options for ?would-be adults? as they experience the challenges of confusing options, unclear identities, dysfunctional family messages, vocational choices, and spiritual winters on their way to full adulthood.
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More About Daniel Bagby
Dan Bagby is the Theodore F. Adams Professor of Pastoral Care at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. He has pastored for almost thirty years, served in two pastoral counseling centers, and as chaplain to a juvenile detention center and a women's prison. He is the author of "Crisis Ministry: A Handbook."
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Great book for Senior High and/or college students Dec 30, 2007
This is a wonderful book. I used it as a book study for my senior high Sunday School class at church and received great reviews. They were interested in discussion and dialoguing together, which is always a problem, but not with this book. It would also be a great graduation gift for those graduating from high school! I highly recommend this book. It is a simple read, but the content is as deep as you want it or need it to be.