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You're on the brink of life! Sure, you've had one for a while now, but the teen years are the prime time to define the rest of your life. But how, realistically, can you secure a regretless future in the face of so many major, life-changing decisions? Now, by asking just one simple question, you'll make the best decision every time. And a bright future--one with no lumps in your throat, sinking sensations in your chest, or weight on your shoulders--will be yours! From dating dilemmas to career aspirations, you can confidently chart a successful course in every area of your life. But no one else will do it for you. It's entirely up to you.
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Multnomah Books
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Bruce Stuart5 Stars Out Of 5February 29, 2008Bruce StuartI liked the book very much and found it very much grounded with scripture. My 16 year old son did not like it as well, he thought it was "all right" but preferred other books I've had him read during his devotions.