It's tough to be a teenager in today's culture. But this topical, cross-referenced guide makes it easy for counselors, parents, and pastors to offer situation-specific scriptural guidance and encouragement---fast. Learn what God's Word says about drugs and alcohol, self-injury, eating disorders, puberty, suicide, sexual purity, and more. 208 pages, spiralbound softcover from Baker.
Format: Spiral Bound Number of Pages: 208 Vendor: Baker Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 8.0 X 5.25 (inches) ISBN: 0801066085 ISBN-13: 9780801066085 Availability: In Stock
Drugs and alcohol. Self-injury. Eating disorders. Puberty. Suicide. Sexual purity. These are just a few of the challenges facing teens and young adults today. With these and many other issues commanding their attention, parents and youth pastors are left looking for resources they can use to help their kids through the pressures of middle school, high school, and even college.
Quick Scripture Reference for Counseling Youth is just what they need. In a convenient spiral binding, this helpful resource makes the power, encouragement, and hope of Scripture accessible to parents and youth workers as well as teens. A concise, topical guide to the Bible, this book is the perfect tool for providing Scriptural guidance to youth regarding the issues they'll face in their formative years.
Patricia A. Miller is a professor and program director for biblical counseling at Calvary Bible College. She is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, Western Illinois University, and Calvary Theological Seminary and lives in the Kansas City area.
Keith R. Miller is chairman of the pastoral studies department at Calvary Bible College. The Millers live in Kansas City, Missouri.