Real Stuff: A Survivor's Guide

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Using real-life examples and applicable Scripture verses, author Heather Jamison talks to girls about the essentials—rules, rags, and relationships—and how wrong attitudes can be changed into valuable lessons.
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Overview

Using real-life examples and applicable Scripture verses, author Heather Jamison talks to girls about the essentials—rules, rags, and relationships—and how wrong attitudes can be changed into valuable lessons.
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Heather Jamison wants to speak to teen girls in a down-to-earth-way. What is the Real Stuff in our lives? What are the basic rules for living life as a Christian teenager in today's world? Ms. Jamison communicates truth in a friendly, no-nonsense way that brings to mind someone sitting next to you having a conversation. . . .The tone of Real Stuff is casual and fun, and a study guide with questions is included at the end. This would be an excellent choice for youth groups or girls' Bible study discussions. The combination of someone's real-life experiences and biblical truth makes for an understandable lesson about life and living it right.
— Melissa Parcel
bookloons.com - Melissa Parcel
"Heather Jamison wants to speak to teen girls in a down-to-earth-way. What is the Real Stuff in our lives? What are the basic rules for living life as a Christian teenager in today's world? Ms. Jamison communicates truth in a friendly, no-nonsense way that brings to mind someone sitting next to you having a conversation. . . .The tone of Real Stuff is casual and fun, and a study guide with questions is included at the end. This would be an excellent choice for youth groups or girls' Bible study discussions. The combination of someone's real-life experiences and biblical truth makes for an understandable lesson about life and living it right."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825429316
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications
  • Publication date: 7/28/2006
  • Series: goGirl
  • Pages: 160
  • Age range: 13 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Heather Jamison met and fell headfirst in love with her husband, Brian (M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary), when she was 14 years old (he was 16!). Today they serve as humanitarian workers together in East Africa with their four children. A widely published author, Heather's work has appeared in many places including Focus on the Family, Today's Christian Woman, Real FamilyLife and Youthworker's Journal.

Henry J. Rogers is the corporate chaplain for Interstate Batteries in Dallas, Texas. He serves on the President's Council for Dallas Theological Seminary and on the boards for World Impact-Dallas, Children's Hope Chest, and as chairman of the board for Probe Ministries. He is the author of The Silent War: Ministering to Those Trapped in the Deception of Pornography and coauthor with Heather Jamison of the teen books Keeping It Real and Real Stuff.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2006

    This is a great book!

    This book is both informational and fun to read! I have read it twice already! I encourage you to get it if you are a teen that wants guidence but no more rules!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2006

    Easy to Read!

    Real Stuff is great! I liked this book because it deals with authentic heart issues rather than trite rules that attempt to box in our young readers. Heather's writing style is fresh and engaging. An excellent choice for the young teen in your life!

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