Young people who grow up in the church often leave by the time they finish college. Karl Gaustein, long-time Christian school teacher and principal, has written Growing Up Christian to help address this problem. This book seeks to help teenagers growing up in Christian homes to count their blessings, as well as to warn them of potential dangers and how such pitfalls might be avoided. Do you know teens who appeared to be Christians in high school, but later walked away from their faith? Young Christians who party on Saturday night and put on their Sunday best for church the next morning? High school students who are attracted to the values and practices of the world? This book is a unique resource that addresses the many issues that challenge teens growing up in a Christian environment. Packed full of practical suggestions, this book will help teens overcome these dangers and grow in their faith and love for God.
Youth ministers, teachers, and parents will find here a helpful resource to use with 15 to 18 year olds.
|Subject: Teaching Tools|
|Suggested Grade: 10th - 12th|
|Authors: Karl Graustein and Mark Jacobsen|
|Softbound: 235 pages|