Living for Jesus in High School Isn’t Easy
High school is a battlefield. You’re swamped―friends, classes, sports―and you’re dealing with a lot of pressures. And sometimes it’s hard to figure out how to follow Jesus in the midst of it all. So how do you live out your faith in high school?
The Bible is full of stories of teenagers who leaned on God as they dealt with the pressures and temptations of life. Come walk alongside them and learn how to make a difference in your world no matter what you’re facing.
We know full well the pressures and stress that high school students experience.
Students are constantly hearing about how they need to be a “good Christian.” It’s not easy.
Being a Christian might be tough, but it’s worth it.
This bestselling book shows teens how to handle the temptations and pressures they face every day.
Through reading about teenagers in the Bible who also faced huge issues in their lives, your teens will be encouraged to make a difference in their world today.
How to Stay Christian in High School will help your teens grapple with their faith and make it real for whatever circumstance they face.
“Instead of telling students what to do, Steve engages their hearts and minds in a manner that will lead to transformation and hope. I wish I had this type of spiritual encouragement when I was a younger believer in high school.” Robin Dugall, adjunct professor, Department of Biblical Studies, Azusa Pacific University
Dr. Steven Gerali is a speaker, professor, and counselor who is recognized around the world as an expert in the field of adolescence and youth ministry. He’s the author of Teenage Guys and two books for students. Before becoming a professor of youth ministry Steve served for more than 25 years as pastor of student ministries in churches in Arizona and Illinois. The father of two grown daughters, Steve lives in southern California with his wife, Jan.
- Paperback: 128 pages
- ISBN-10: 161291571X
- ISBN-13: 9781612915715
- Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.4 x 8.1 inches
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