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Book Review: The Greenhouse Project

 —  December 31, 2009 — 2 Comments

This Christmas break I finished up a review copy of the Mike Calhoun book The Greenhouse Project: Cultivating Students of Influence – a good read for anyone looking to overhaul or reemphasize discipleship in their student ministry. The book actually covers more than discipleship, but the theme is very primary and central to his thesis that of all the purposes for student ministry – discipleship is the one that matters the most. Each chapter is guided by a contributing writer like Greg Stier, Mel Walker or Jay Strack, so while the writing feels a bit random, the multiple voices lends credibility and varied perspective. My wife actually graduated from Word of Life Bible Institute and I have enjoyed the camps and speakers in the past – I think the book is good for many settings though if you’re a “Word of Life church” it’ll really hit you where you’re at. Great title, too, our student ministry should be a greenhouse for helping students grow up in Christ.

JG

Josh Griffin

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2 responses to Book Review: The Greenhouse Project

  1. Joshua, I appreciate your taking the time to review The Greenhouse Project. Thanks for what you do and for making a difference in youth ministry.

  2. Mel Walker – Vision For Youth January 5, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    Thanks for the review of our book. We’re praying that God uses it for His glory. Thanks for what you are doing to impact kids.

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