Teen to Teen: (1 Volume Set): Advice and Encouragement from Teens for Teens (Teen Mania)
One of the greatest influences on teens is other teens. They listen to each other now more than ever, and learn from each how to survive and thrive in their faith and in the world. Having the ear of hundreds of thousands of teens over the years, Ron More...
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One of the greatest influences on teens is other teens. They listen to each other now more than ever, and learn from each how to survive and thrive in their faith and in the world. Having the ear of hundreds of thousands of teens over the years, Ron and Katie Luce have insight into their worlds. So they have invited select teens, including Honor Academy students and Teen Mania internship and missions trips alumni, to write from their hearts to their peers. These select teens have penned 50 daily devotionals, each one digging into a different aspect of teen life today. The writings will tell stories of passion, pursuing God and cultivating a servant attitude. They will deal head on with peer pressure, teen suicide, sex and purity. They will struggle with the ideals of absolutes and big dreams against the backdrop of a hopeless feeling culture in crisis. These edgy daily readings will draw teen readers into the conversations that will build a character of no compromise and equip them with leadership skills that will prepare them to not only survive but also thrive in teen years.
RON LUCE is the founder and president of Teen Mania Ministries, a youth organization that has hosted more than 400 events around the world since 1986, reaching 1.7 million teens with the message of living completely abandoned for Christ. He is a sought-after speaker who has traveled to more than 50 countries and been a frequent guest on The 700 Club, Focus on the Family radio broadcasts and the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Ron earned a master's degree in counseling and psychology, and was awarded an honorary doctorate from Liberty University. He was appointed by President Bush to the Advisory Commission on Drug Free Communities in 2002.