You're Grounded: Rooted in Truth in a Shallow World  -     By: Chris Lassiter
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You're Grounded: Rooted in Truth in a Shallow World

Moody Publishers / 2013 / Paperback

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Aimed specifically at the Hip Hop-influenced generation, You're Grounded is a reliable, insightful book about the person of Jesus Christ and the Christian life. You will learn more about the Savior who most significantly influences all cultures, including Hip Hop.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 X .44 (inches)
ISBN: 0802408761
ISBN-13: 9780802408761

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A fashion accessory. An occasional song. A popular tattoo.

In the Hip-Hop culture, Jesus Christ is often reduced to a cultural icon. But He’s so much more. While millions of people worldwide identify themselves as part of this culture, far too few know much about the cross that is inked onto their shoulders or the Jesus who adorns their necklaces.

Aimed specifically at the Hip Hop–influenced generation, You’re Grounded is a reliable, insightful book about the person of Jesus Christ and the Christian life. Written in an easy-to-read fashion, each chapter starts with a story from urban culture—using figures and examples familiar to the culture, like Michael Jordan, Tupac, the TV show Good Times—and then transitions to highlight truth found in Scripture concerning Jesus Christ.

This book is ideal for small group and discipleship settings. It’s a great resource for high school and college campus ministries, as well as juvenile and adult prison ministries.

Author Bio

CHRIS LASSITER is a sports and lifestyle writer for The News Leader newspaper in Staunton, Virginia. In addition to the 1k plus articles he has written for this newspaper, he has written numerous articles for key urban publications and websites such as: VIBE magazine, HipHopDX.com, Rapzilla.com. He is also the recipient of two Virginia Press Association Awards.In addition to his writing endeavors, Chris has served as the Young Life leader at his former high school, Robert E. lee, for the past 10 years and as a part time staff member at Community Fellowship in Staunton, Virginia. He and his wife Emily have five children.

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