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Jesus calls students to a radical faith and commitment. This study guide challenges middle and high school students to courageously take a stand fo... Read More
Jesus calls students to a radical faith and commitment. This study guide challenges middle and high school students to courageously take a stand for their faith in their culture, and to make a positive impact at home, at school, on the team, and in their relationships. The time to make a difference is now—not when they graduate, get married, or get a job.
Students who follow Jesus cannot afford to equate “good works” with evangelism, and cannot view missions as something that is only done in other countries. Through this study guide, students will learn to share their faith in real and practical ways here and now with the people around them every day.
8 sessions of study, easily adapted into two 4-week sessions
Practical steps for students to engage with their culture from a biblical point of view
About the Contributor(s)Dr. Jay Strack is the president and founder of Student Leadership University and has inspired over 15 million students on...Dr. Jay Strack is the president and founder of Student Leadership University and has inspired over 15 million students on middle school, high school, and university campuses. Acclaimed by leaders in the business world, religious affiliations, and education realms as a dynamic speaker, he speaks and writes with compelling communication.show more
Weight (lbs)0.42 lb
Case Weight (lbs)15.16 lb
Dimensions 9.0(h) x 6.0(w) x 0.38(d) inches
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