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10 Reasons to Stay Christian in High School

A Guide to Staying Sane When Everyone Else Has Jumped off the Deep End

by Michael Ross and Greg Johnson
5x7 / 192 pages Paperback

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Ten Strategies for staying sane during the teen years.

When Monday rolls around and Christian teens set foot on campus, do they leave their faith back in Sunday school--or are they the same Christ-following kids that people know (and admire) at church? Do they have the courage to "stay Christian" around peers--or do they slide toward what's popular (risking some painful regrets)? Whether teens are looking ahead to their high school years or are somewhere in the middle, there's a lot they can do to remain sane when everyone else has jumped off the deep end. This book is filled with the advice and tips to help them stay Christian in high school.

Main Topic Being Addressed:

Everything teens need to know to survive and thrive

Who This Book Was Written For:

Christian teens ages 14-17 who are trying to "stay Christian" in a tough world.

This Book Will Enable Readers to:

  • Survive and Thrive During Their Teen Years
  • Better Handle Peer Pressure
  • Share Faith with Confidence
  • Find Real Friends and Avoid Lethal People
  • Navigate "Landmines" Like Sex, Drugs, and Drinking
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ISBN: 9781630583750
BISAC: JUVENILE NONFICTION/ Religious/Christian/General
Michael Ross
Michael Ross is an award-winning journalist and the author, coauthor, and collaborator of more than 30 books. The former editor of Breakaway, a national magazine for teen guys published by Focus on the Family, today he oversees Back to the Bible’s book publishing efforts. He and his wife, Tiffany, live in Lincoln, Nebraska, with their young son, Christopher.
Greg Johnson
Greg Johnson is the author or coauthor of 15 books for students, and is the founder of www.faithhappenings.com. He makes his home near Denver.