Battle Cry for My Generation

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David C Cook, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 126 pages
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The founder of Teen Mania Ministries follows up the revolutionary Battle Cry with a fervent wake-up call for teens in the midst of a cultural crisis. (Youth Issues)
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
the cars on fire
13
know your enemy
21
secondhand sex
37
destruction of a generation
47
a real war
59
a warrior sees the battle
71
a warrior lives the code
79
a soldier finds his assignment
87
a warrior fights until the battle is won
105
making history
119
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About the author (2006)

Ron and Katie Luce founded Teen Mania in 1986. Today Ron serves as president of the ministry, rallying teens who pack arenas and stadiums for events called Acquire the Fire. Teens also come to the 472-acre headquarters in Garden Valley, Texas for leadership internships and to attend the ministry's academy. Ron holds a bachelor's degree in theology and psychology and a master's degree in counseling. He has written more than thirty books, including "ReCreate: Building a Culture in Your Home Stronger that the Culture Deceiving Your Kids" and "Friends Without Benefits: What Teens Need to Know About a Great Sex Life". Ron and Katie have three teen and young-adult children.

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