"Heres an invaluable resource for understanding our culturebut equally important, how each of us can play a role in influencing it for Christ. There are keen insights, profound wisdom, and godly vision in these pages. Keep a highlighter handyyoull need it!"
-- Lee Strobel, bestselling author The Case for Christ
"Better than anything Ive read, this book puts the immoral issues youre curious and concerned about in the big-picture context of our chaotic culture. With every chapter you read, youll understand more about why this matters. You will believe you were created for such a time as this as you read. And youll know what to do with the passion that bubbles up within you because of the practical action
steps and many truths in these pages."
-- Kathy Koch, PhD, founder of Celebrate Kids, Inc.
"I am thrilled to see this practical and yet timely book to help students navigate the toughest issues today with biblical wisdom.
This is an indispensable guide for any young person who wants to know how to think and live Christianly in this generation."
-- Sean McDowell, PhD, professor, speaker, author
"A Students Guide to Culture is the most important book your young Christians will read this year. Its packed with biblical truth and insight on topics young believers contemplate on a daily basis. John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle address the most critical issues of culture, helping students to understand why they should care, what they are facing, and how they can navigate the culture in a way that honors God and reflects a Christian worldview. If youre a parent, pastor, or youth volunteer, get this book for your students."
-- J. Warner Wallace, cold-case detective, author
"If there was ever a time in history when students needed a practical guide to help them navigate the ideas that shape their culture its now. And no one is better equipped to prepare them than Brett Kunkle and John Stonestreet. A Students Guide to Culture is an important resource to help our kids live out a vibrant faith in a post-Christian world."
-- Alisa Childers, author, speaker, and former CCM artist