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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Generations of Virtue
Publication Date: 2011
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The High School Survival Guide: Making the Most of the Best Time of Your Life (So Far)Adam PalmerNavPress / 2008 / Trade Paperback$11.69 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Essential Survival Guide to the First Year on Your OwnSharon SiepelHoward Books / 2008 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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Amelia's Summer Survival Guide: Amelia's Longest, Biggest, Most-Fights-Ever Family Reunion; Amelia's Itchy-Twitchy, Lovey-Dovey Summer at Camp MosquitoMarissa MossSimon & Schuster / 2011 / Hardcover$11.69 Retail:
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The Youth Ministry Survival Guide: How to Thrive and Last for the Long HaulLen KagelerZondervan / 2008 / Trade Paperback$7.49 Retail:
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Culture ShockA Survival Guide for Teens will help students stay strong as they take their stand to be pure in heart, mind, and body and pursue a deep, personal relationship with Jesus.
Culture ShockA Survival Guide for Teens is a highly interactive journal that prompts students to go deeper in their understanding of Gods Word and current culture. There are three units of material in the Survival Guide for each of the five Culture Shock sessions.
• The variety of features ensures that theres something for every student, regardless of maturity level and learning style.
• The Survival Guide can be used during a large event, small group, or personal quiet time.
• The wealth of material allows for the flexibility to tailor the resource to the students week as well as the needs of the group.
With vast experience in youth ministry, church planting, and nonprofit work, Julie Hiramine founded Generations of Virtue, a ministry thats raising a generation to boldly stand against the tide of culture. Her heart for teens and passion for purity have inspired hundreds of thousands worldwide, as well as the team around her. Julie and her husband, Kay, reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with their five children.
GENERATIONS OF VIRTUE:
The Generations of Virtue team probably isnt what youd expect. Were just your average globe-trotting, coffee-addicted Jesus freaks who are passionate about spreading Gods message of purity and holiness to youth, parents, and pretty much anyone who will listen. When we arent on the road, we live, work, and play in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
To find out more about us and our mission, programs, resources, and publications, go to www.generationsofvirtue.org. To keep up with our crazy adventures and to connect with our team, head over to www.apuregeneration.com.