Youth Group

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Author House, May 31, 2012 - Fiction - 284 pages
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Steve Cameron is 16 and looking to fit in. After he witnesses the suicide of his abusive grandfather his deeply religious mother whisks them across country to start a new life. He is forced to attend the local Baptist Church where he joins the youth group, a rag tag group of misfits. There he makes life long friendships, questions his religious beliefs, and becomes involved in a power struggle with the controlling youth group leader. Steve's desire to become popular outside of the church leads to his experimentation with drugs and alcohol. As his double life threatens to spiral out of control he will be faced with his ultimate challenge.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
13
Chapter 3
23
Chapter 4
31
Chapter 5
40
Chapter 6
49
Chapter 7
60
Chapter 8
73
Chapter 17
151
Chapter 18
162
Chapter 19
173
Chapter 20
183
Chapter 21
196
Chapter 22
208
Chapter 23
218
Chapter 24
229

Chapter 9
81
Chapter 10
91
Chapter 11
98
Chapter 12
106
Chapter 13
117
Chapter 14
127
Chapter 15
136
Chapter 16
142
Chapter 25
238
Chapter 26
248
Chapter 27
256
Chapter 28
266
Chapter 29
274
Back
278
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Lawrence R. Deering is a healthcare CEO with more than thirty years of business experience. He has always had a passion for writing and enjoys creating stories based on his life experiences. Lawrence is an avid audiophile with an extensive vinyl record collection. His stories often include references to the musicians and music he loves. He also was brought up in the Southern Bapist Church. He often writes about the impact of organized religion on people's lives. Lawrence lives with his wife in Winter Park, Florida. They spend as much time as they can in paradise at their home in St. Croix, Virgin Islands.

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