These are the papers read and discussed at a recent conference of the representatives of 162 schools at Atlantic City, called to consider the question of how the insights of psychology and religion can contribute to the understanding of youth. Dr. James T. Cleland gave an address on ""A Practical Christianity,"" Prof. Hans Hofmann spoke on ""Christian Revelation and the Insights of Psychology"", and Prof. Albert T. Molligen on ""The Meaning of Love in Christian Thought"". The outlines of the services of worship held at each session are also included. All who have to do with leading and training adolescent youth will gain much insight from this small volume, which surveys the inner and outer world of youth all the way from the meaning of God to the meaninglessness of Elvis Presley. Christian teachers who read and heed will be better Christians and better teachers.