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Product NameCulture Shock—A Survival Guide for Teens
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Short DescriptionPaperback
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AuthorJulie Hiramine, Generations of Virtue Team
Page Count144
BindingPaperback
Published09/01/2011
Long DescriptionCulture Shock is a cutting edge, hands-on youth ministry resource for teens that anchors them in the truth of God and enables them to stand against the tide of culture—with purity and integrity—by giving them the tools they need to make God-honoring choices when faced with challenging situations. Culture Shock—A 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 Shock—A Survival Guide for Teens is a highly interactive journal that prompts students to go deeper in their understanding of God’s 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 there’s 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.
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