Everyday, you've got choices to make--some are tough, and some are simple. With some choices, you might be dealing with the results for the rest of your life. So it's smart to do a little investigating. And FlipSwitch books are here to help. They tackle the issues you face and offer practical steps that will help you take your life in the right direction--from God's perspective. These books are designed to be discussed with other people. They don't answer all your questions, but they will get you asking the right ones.
Blur asks who defines you. It's a startling glimpse into the reality of your self image.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 64 Vendor: Multnomah Books Publication Date: 2006 Dimensions: 5.50 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1590527127 ISBN-13: 9781590527122 Availability: In Stock Series:FlipSwitch
Life is tough. Youve got questions. Youve got choices…and the results are yours to live with. So go aheaddo a little investigating and discover the answers for yourself. The graphically captivating books in the FlipSwitch series are the real deal. They unashamedly tackle pressing issues that you face every day. After pinpointing Gods solution, they offer practical steps that will help you take your life in the right direction…without a doubt. Check em out:
HEAT : Sex. A huge reality check complete with stats and facts on whos doing it and whos paying for it (STD information).
BLUR : Who defines you? A startling glimpse into the reality of your self-image.
SPLIT : Divorce. Guidance as your own or your friends parents go ring-less.
BUZZ: Drugs and alcohol. What you need to know about beer, bongs, weed, tobacco, and other tempting substances.
Story Behind the Book
A team of youth pastors approached Multnomah with the need for a visual pivotal-issues series for teenssomething that would enter into their world and confront the stuff they actually think, talk, and wonder about every day. These products called for a "back of the school bus" feel. Kids dont get spoon-fed answers; they simply get enough cards on the table to create their own conversations. Now youth pastors everywhere cant seem to hand out enough of them!
Marcus Brotherton worked in youth ministry for nearly a decade before switching to writing fulltime. He holds a masters degree in practical theology from Talbot Seminary.