You're ready for College, but are you prepared for life? As you leave childhood behind, you've got to sort through all the stuff you've accumulated over the first eighteen years of your life. What do you keep and what do you get rid of? The same thing is true for making choices about your relationship with God. How do you learn to think for yourself and make your faith your own? Find out in this insightful and humorous guide. It'll help you through the process of grappling with and living out your convictions in a postmodern world. With an honest voice and a relevant approach, Mark Tabb helps you find a faith all your own, and gives you an invaluable blueprint to build your beliefs on truth, not just tradition. Make your faith your own through four key sections:
THINK: Wrestle with the big questions of life and think through the issues.
KNOW: Move from duty to desire in your relationship with God and find a more mature faith that goes beyond emotional experiences.
CONNECT: Know you are not alone by getting connected with others who share your passion.
SERVE: Make your faith real with words and actions
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: NavPress Publication Date: 2007 Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1600060978 ISBN-13: 9781600060977 Availability: In Stock Series:TH1NK
This insightful yet humorous guide leads young adults through the process of grappling with and living out their convictions in a postmodern world.
Mark is author of more than a dozen books, including Living with Less, The Upside of Downsizing Your Life (B&H), and the 2004 Gold Medallion finalist, Out of the Whirlwind (B&H). He also collaborated with Stephen Baldwin on the New York Times bestseller, The Unusual Suspect (FaithWords). Mark's work has appeared in Discipleship Journal, Rev, Leadership, the Kansas City Star, and many other publications. He and his family live in Indiana.