Call of Duty

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Many boys believe that God is an old man on a throne who wants to take all the fun out of life, require them to give up their identity, wear geeky clothing, and memorize a list of rules in order to be 'spiritual.' Written by an Army officer and youth pastor, Call of Duty will help parents understand why their son doesn't seem to care about Christianity. With humor and insight, Cliff Graham describes the world of modern teenage boys and gives the reasons why they roll their eyes whenever they hear the words, ...
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Overview

Many boys believe that God is an old man on a throne who wants to take all the fun out of life, require them to give up their identity, wear geeky clothing, and memorize a list of rules in order to be 'spiritual.' Written by an Army officer and youth pastor, Call of Duty will help parents understand why their son doesn't seem to care about Christianity. With humor and insight, Cliff Graham describes the world of modern teenage boys and gives the reasons why they roll their eyes whenever they hear the words, 'Let's go to church.' The crisis with boys continues to grow, and the only way to stop it is by showing the next generation of men who the real Jesus is. A list of rules doesn't inspire a great soldier. The Call of Duty does.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606964521
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 2/17/2009
  • Pages: 196
  • Sales rank: 801,954
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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  • Posted February 17, 2009

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    Armed for the Battle for Teen Boys

    With one foot in the military and the other in youth ministry, Cliff Graham speaks with authority on the process of turning feckless boys into ¿warrior¿ men who know Jesus for who he is and who have character that can withstand cultural assault. With humor and insight, Graham groups teen boys into categories such as ¿Moody Musician,¿ ¿Philosopher,¿ Knucklehead,¿ and ¿Melting pot¿ and instructs parents in the art of moving their boys toward a genuine faith in Christ. Call of Duty is must reading for parents, teachers, student-ministry leaders, and culture watchers. Believe me: it won¿t be a chore! ¿Eleanor Gustafson, The Stones: A Novel of the Life of King David

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