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Nine Things Teens Should Know and Parents Are Afraid to Talk About is a must-read for parents and teens alike, presented in a NASA-style countdown format. Parents will find the wisdom shared in this book a great starting point for discussions with their teens, and an excellent opportunity to instill biblical principles at this crucial time.
|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: New Leaf Press
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
Nicholas Comninellis is an associate professor of family medicine and public health at the University of Missouri Kansas City, and president of the Institute for Internal Medicine (INMED). Nicholas spends his summers working with teenagers at Kanakuk Kamps in Branson, Missouri. The father of three teens himself, Nicholas is also the author of five books including Where Do I Go From Here? (New Leaf Press, 2002), and Darwins Demise (Master Books, 2001) with Dr. Joe White.
Dr. Joe White is the president of Kanakuk Kamps in Branson, Missouri whose 12 locations in the Ozarks and Colorado provide athletic training and spiritual guidance to over 27,000 teenagers each summer. Joe is a frequent guest speaker at national meetings including Promise Keepers and the author of 13 books. Joe and his wife, Debbie Jo, have four adult children.