Every Young Man, God’s Man

The workbook that helps you live out your faith in this wild and crazy world.

If you want God to change your life, watch out! The workbook in your hands is spiritual dynamite.

Inside you’ll find eight sessions (or twelve if your group wants more) to help you or a group of guys tackle the top spiritual battles you face today. And you’ll find powerful, practical, biblical strategies to win–God’s way–in each area you’re wrestling with. Like:

• Acceptance
• Identity
• Sex
• Choices
• Friendships
• Dating
• Pressure
• Authority
• Wild Behavior
• Parents
• Getting Caught
• And lots more.

The questions and interactive elements in this workbook will equip you not only with knowledge, but power–God’s power–to take spiritual responsibility as a follower of Jesus Christ.

Written by Stephen Arterburn and Kenny Luck

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High Definition Life

High Definition Life: Going Full Throttle for Life’s Best, by Luis Palau.

A conversational call for embracing excellence rather than being sidetracked by what is “good enough”.

In High Definition Life, Palau shares how you can stop settling for less and choose God’s absolute best. Identifying ten key areas of life, this internationally renowned evangelist guides you from passing pleasures into genuine happiness, from momentary achievement into life-long success, from harried activity into authentic significance.

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Beautiful Girlhood

This revised 1922 classic offers gentle guidance for preteen and teenage girls on how to become a godly woman. Full of charm and sentiment, it will help mother and daughter establish a comfortable rapport for discussions about building character, friendships, obedience, high ideals, a cheerful spirit, modest dress, a pure heart, and a consecrated life.

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The Purity Principle

For thirty years Randy Alcorn has been encouraging people-young and old-to pursue the rewards of sexual purity. Too often we settle for a compromised Christianity that’s just a baptized version of the world’s sad existence, rather than the abundant life to which God calls us. This book deals with – raising children to embrace sexual purity – providing an example of purity in the home – protecting purity in dating (at any age) – and maintaining purity in marriage. Biblical, practical, and concise, The Purity Principle is a one-stop handbook for individuals, families, and churches.

Some people have given up on purity. Some have never tried. Bestselling author Randy Alcorn shows us why, in this culture of impurity, the stakes are so high—and what we can do to experience the freedom of purity. Impurity will always destroy us; purity always leads to higher pleasures! Choose wisely. Let the insights of this amazing book—written for old and young, married and single—help you gain your footing on the path to truly lasting joy.

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A Picture of Freedom – McKissack

A Picture of Freedom: The Diary of Clotee, a Slave Girl, Belmont Plantation, Virginia 1859 (Dear America Series) by Patricia McKissack.

Clotee is an orphan living on the plantation of “Mas’ Henley” and “Miz Lilly.” Her owners have put her to work fanning Miz Lilly and her young son William during tutoring sessions. William may not be keen to learn, but Clotee is. She has learned to read while looking over the boy’s shoulder and eventually she teaches herself how to write. She practices her newfound skills by writing in a makeshift, secret diary, which is found by William’s new tutor. Luckily, he turns out to be an abolitionist. Through his work, Clotee helps some of her friends escape to the North, but she herself chooses to stay behind on the plantation as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. Clotee is such a vibrant, fully rounded character that it is almost painful to think of her left on the plantation while her friends and fellow slaves go to freedom. McKissack brings Clotee alive through touching and sobering details of slave life, told in such a matter-of-fact way that their often brutal nature is made abundantly clear. However, this is in no way a depressing book. In fact, it is an inspiring look at a young girl coming of age in terrible circumstances who manages to live life to the fullest.

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