Chap Clark’s 'Hurt 2.0' a finalist for ForeWord book award
Fuller Professor of Youth, Family, and Culture Chap Clark
’s book Hurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today’s Teenagers
has been chosen as a finalist in the “Family and Relationships” category for the ForeWord Reviews 2011 Book of the Year. The winners will be announced on June 22.
“Clark gives evidence in this book as to why he is one of the brightest figures in the field of youth ministry,” says author and speaker Tony Campolo. “Hurt
provides more insight into what young people feel and how to deal with their feelings than almost any other book that will come your way.”
In Hurt 2.0
, Clark substantially updates and expands his groundbreaking book Hurt
(2004) with a new chapter on youth at society’s margins; fresh material on social networking and gaming; and the latest research, statistics, and documentation throughout.
In addition to his role as professor, Chap Clark serves as associate provost for regional campuses and strategic projects at Fuller. On faculty since 1997, he also serves as director of the Student Leadership Project and Institute of Youth Ministry. A well-known practitioner, adolescent and family scholar, and author, Clark has more than 30 years’ experience in direct ministry, including 15 years with Young Life. He is the senior editor of Youthworker Journal and president of Foothill Community Ministries, Inc., the parent organization for the ParenTeen and HURT Seminars. Clark is currently based in Seattle to give special focus to Fuller Northwest.