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How to Stay Christian in High School (Experiencing God) Paperback – May 28, 2004
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Times are tough and certainly it is no different for those who are at a critical stage of development. How can you share your faith with those whom you are acquainted with without alienating yourself? Some practical advice is given by Steve Gerali about how to do just that and how to remain true to God without letting yourself become a part of the, "world". Just being a Christian isn't enough it is a learning process and a battle for your beliefs. The devil will use your peers to tempt and deceive you and you must be willing to be firm in your foundation in Jesus. It is no cake walk to become a follower and no easy row to hoe when it comes to staying on the narrow path but I believe that with the Holy Bible in hand and other resources like this book from Steve Gerali you can at least get a glimpse of the hope that we have as Christians to defend our faith and make sure that our friends and family do not end up in a place separated from their Creator. I highly recommend this book, not only for teens, but parents of teens as well. It gives some insight to the struggles that our teens face in everyday society and the world of high school! Take care, God Bless and Tweet ya later!
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This Is the best Christian book I've read in a good while. The author did a great job.
It's a must buy.
My seventh graders and I loved this book! I would recommend this to Christian parents and youth leaders as a great way to make bible characters more relatable. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Theresa Hughes
Christian teens know that it's a daily battle to live a Christian life while they are surrounded by other teens who are focused on themselves and who could care less about God. Read morePublished on September 17, 2009 by James Wegert