What Do You Call Cheese that Isn’t Yours?
One-liners. The jokes are known for little more than eliciting a groan or two from you. But since Jeffery Dean came up with this handy booklet for teens, one-liners have become a handy tool. These quotes, questions, and statements will cut to the chase and spark the, “Hmmm…I never thought of that before!” section of your gray matter. Some are funny, some are convicting. Each is thought-provoking. Bring a little simplicity back to your complicated life. Don’t expect the world’s problems to be solved or all of your personal troubles to immediately go away. But do look for plenty of food for thought about what really matters. By the way, the cheese that doesn’t belong to you? It’s nacho cheese. (A cheesier one-liner than anything you’ll find in this book.)
“Jeffrey Dean has a way of zeroing in on today’s youth culture. He knows teens and how to communicate the love of Jesus to them in a way that captures their attention and convicts their hearts.”
|Publisher:||The Crown Publishing Group|
|Series:||Between the Lines Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 5.40(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Jeffrey Dean is an international communicator, counselor, and author. He is the founder and president of Jeffrey Dean Ministries, an organization determined to reach the churched and unchurched with the message of God’s love. He has spoken to more than 2 million people at churches, conferences, prisons, and public schools. When he’s not inspiring today’s teens, Jeffrey Dean can be found living a full life in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Amy, their two daughters, Bailey and Brynnan, and the family’s canine friend, Codie.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really liked this book. It was a simple, fast read, but the thoughts it presented definitely got you thinking. It makes you question your behaviors and look at your habits from a godly perspective. I really enjoyed his hard-hitting statements and questions. There were chapters on friends, family, boys, etc. It's fun to read a couple of pages every night or morning as something to think about each day and reflect on. It's sort of like devotionals for on the go.I recommend getting this for any teen girl, especially for those who aren't that into reading or don't know much about Christianity, because it's a good way to get them hooked without making them feel too overwhelmed.