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Who Moved the Goalpost?: 7 Winning Strategies in the Sexual Integrity Gameplan Paperback – June 1, 2001
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I think that lust is the #1 challenge facing Christian men, young and old, in our culture today. Bob reveals practical strategies to help in the war on lust.
-Clay Crosse, Singer/Songwriter
Bob has written an engaging and practical tool for young men to use in avoiding the deadly trap of sexual bondage and addiction. Revival will never be able to come to our land if the church doesn't rise up and begin to effectively address this issue. So let the fire fall and let it start with the next generation!
-Ted Roberts, Pastor and author of Pure Desire
Finally we have a hard-hitting Christian book on the secret issues guys deal with. Every guy I work with on campus is facing the warfare of lust. This book gives a practical, step-by-step game plan for victory.
-Doug Williams, Penn State University Campus Minister
This book is unique . . . different from any sexual purity book I've read. I put the majority of those on the shelf after reading the first paragraph and surmising that the person writing it was in no position to tell me about my libido, because he obviously didn't possess one himself. This book is amazingly easy to read!
-Don, Youth Pastor
I've read every book I can find on the subject and was always left with a hunger for the next one, hoping it might have the answers. I've finally found them in Who Moved the Goalpost? There's nothing like this out there.
-Tony, 19 years old
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I was particularly impressed with the reasons Gresh gives for purity, as well as the consequences. He leaves the boys knowing their sexuality is God-given and good, not to be afraid or ashamed of it, while at the same time giving them reasons, and tools for remaining pure of heart and body until their wedding day... and after! He deals with purity of the heart and mind as well which I really appreciate.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who has or knows teen boys. The younger they read this the better. And it would be even better if they did the retreat. We did and we're glad we did!