"With much attention paid to converts, teens who grow up in the church sometimes feel like second-class citizens in their own home towns. This book can help them to count their blessings and pray for more." --Marvin Olasky
"Karl's love for God's word and for young adults is evident on every page. He wants to see them transformed by Jesus Christ's finished work on the crossnot merely living off the religion of their dads and moms." --Joshua Harris
, pastor and author of Sex Is Not the Problem (Lust Is)
"Provides a shot of encouragement to teens who have grown up immersed in Christianity. Engages readers to consider whether they have taken possession of that which they profess." --Ken Smitherman
, President of Association of Christian Schools International
About the Author
earned a bachelor's degree from Wheaton College in 1993 and a master's degree from Regent University in 1997. He is the headmaster at St. Simon's Christian School on St. Simon's Island, Georgia. He and his wife, Jennifer, have three children.