Fuller Theological Seminary faculty member Steve Argue is featured on the cover of the November/December issue of Youth Worker Journal. A major resource for youth pastors and volunteers, Youth Worker Journal focuses on practical applications of the best theology and sociology available for ministering to young people. Dr. Argue’s own article focuses on how youth workers can close the gap between the theories about collaboration in ministry and the practice of fruitful collaboration.
"Collaboration calls for something more than joining a group,” Argue writes. “It starts with letting people into our lives who may challenge, shape and change the ways we think about our theologies, our identities and our ministries. The way of collaboration flows from the inside out."
Steve Argue joined the faculty of Fuller Seminary in June 2015 as assistant professor of youth, family, and culture. He was also brought onto the leadership team of Fuller Youth Institute as an applied research strategist, where he hopes to use his research and expertise to provide faith communities with meaningful and sustainable ways to support emerging adults.
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