"It's Only a Tattoo" and Other Myths Teens Believe

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David C Cook, 2006 - Religion - 181 pages
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From "What to do if there is a wall between you and your teen" to "What to do if your young person is contemplating suicide," this book covers the gamut of issues that teens and their parents face and gives practical, Biblical answers to these situations.

 

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Contents

Communication Getting Through to Your Teen
15
Parenting Being an Effective Dad
29
Fun Enjoying Time Together
39
Divorce Sharing Your Teen wth Your Ex
43
friendshipsrelationships
49
Friends Needing to Belong
51
Dating Finding the Right Date
57
Homosexuality Avoiding the Trap
65
Suicide Youll Miss Me When Im Gone
97
Trouble with the Law Its the Police
107
Rape All I Wanted Was a Kiss
115
Drugs Something Passed around at the Party
125
Tobacco Just a Couple Puffs
131
Alcohol Everyone Drinks a Little
137
Sexual Activity I Dont Want to Be OldFashioned
141
Cutting It Only Hurts Me
151

culture
69
Music I Dont Listen to the Words
71
Television Just One More Show
77
Internet Theyre Just Pictures
83
Clothes Hair and Body Art Its only a Tatoo
89
crisis
95
the christian walk
157
Making Church Fun A Place to Grow and Learn
159
Walking the Talk Ministry Opportunities for Your Teen
165
Finding Their Purpose Now What?
173
endnotes
183
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About the author (2006)

Ron Luce is the President and Founder of Teen Mania Ministries, a Christian youth organization that reaches millions of young people worldwide. In 1986, after receiving bachelor's and master's degrees in counseling and psychology, Ron and his wife started Teen Mania with a dream to raise up an army of young people who would change the world. Ron has taken his ministry to more than 50 countries and has made numerous media appearances on programs such as Dr. James Dobson's Focus on the Family, Hank Hanegraaff's The Bible Answer Man, and The 700 Club. Ron completed the Owner/President Management Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. He is recognized as a national voice on teen issues and has been appointed by President George W. Bush to the White House Advisory Commission on Drug-Free Communities. Ron and his wife Katie live in Garden Valley, Texas with their three children, Hannah, Charity, and Cameron.

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