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The Hopeless Christiantic Paperback – June 13, 2011
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About the Author
David "Das" Santos Was born in Chicago to Puerto Rican parents. They moved to Wisconsin when he was only five months old. He was raised in the 7th Day Adventist Church and has been helping the youth grow closer to Christ by joining local clubs such as Pathfinders and JAHWI (a Spanish organization for the youth) As an active youth in his church, He continues to work for Christ and hopes this book will be a blessing to the readers, especially the youth.
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Author: David A. Santos
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5 Out of 5 points
Headline for Book Review- Why waiting for a Christian woman to date in high School is important.
Review of Book:
David Santos writes a wonderful story about a High School boy named Das and it begins in January when a new girl attends his school. The main character is Das is a church going Christian. Das has a dream to meet and date only a Christian girl and learns many teenage lessons about life as he has friends in school that can tests his patience. Kristen is the new girl and she is a nice looking good whom every man dreams to date.
The pastor of the church invites Das to "preach" a sermon to the youth group and he does an amazing job. He shows that the youth have access to the iPhone, ipad, internet and that technology does allow them to bring the Bible with them everywhere they go. He mentions that atleast this is a good option and a positive impact to this generation. I agree that adults have no problems carrying around a Bible, but the younger age groups usually do not wish to do that. This is especially true in high school as peer pressure is so inviting.
In the end of this book you will learn who Das did find to date as a Christian and all the fun things life brings during his high school days. I would recommend this easy to read book to anyone who is a Christian but to the younger generation. It really was a nice story as I have had to feel like the "odd ball" with Christianity and all of its daily challenges. In the end, it is about putting God first in our lives and not trusting manmade rules. Just try it yourself, read the Bible and the answers to your questions will be there.
Reviewer Byline: Jackie Paulson is an avid reader and loves to blog and blog about book reviews.
© 2011 David Santos nicely gave me this ebook to review and he is my friend on good reads.