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Author: Rick Horne
How to Reach Angry, Unmotivated Teens with Biblical Counsel
Get Outta My Face! is a book for approaching and helping an important age group, teenagers. It doesn't shy away from the "gritty realism" of dealing with them, but is loaded with a far reaching approach; one that is filled with true gospel hope.
Here's a fact.
Angry, unmotivated, and disinterested teens, whether Christian or not, are confused, insecure, and often blind to everything except what they want right now. Their desires and actions have been corrupted and polluted by sin. That's why they have a problem.
Here's another fact.
Angry, unmotivated, and disinterested teens, whether Christian or not, are made in the image of God. This means that beneath their corrupted desires and actions the image of God remains. That's the key to solving their problem.
Far from dismissing or sugar-coating sin, this approach opens wide the door to evangelizing the unsaved teen and to helping the Christian teen grow in holiness and wisdom. This book will teach you how to build a bridge to young adults on the basis of the ways in which their desires and actions reflect the image of God and the blessing of common grace.
About the author:
Rick Horne, D. Min (Westminster Theological Seminary), M. Ed. (West Chester University), is Director of Guidance at Delaware Christian School, and the coordinator of the Graduate Concentration in School Guidance Counseling in the M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction major at Columbia International University. Rick has over thirty years experience in Christian school guidance and counseling. He and his wife Betty have been married thirty-nine years and have six children.
“Rick Horne knows teens — the kind that won’t talk and those that won’t stop talking. If you have a teenager, you need this book. In fact, don’t wait for the teen years! Arm yourself now with the timeless truths from this book that counsels moms and dads with gospel hope for teenage trials.” ~ Dave Harvey, author of When Sinners Say “I Do”