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Raising Successful Teens

How to Help Your Child Honor God and Live Wisely

Jeffrey Dean

Category: FamilyParenting

About Raising Successful Teens

This revised and updated edition of The Fight of Your Life features a new title, refreshed design, and 70% new content.

From every side--the Internet, social media, interactions with friends, in both their public and private lives--teens are persuaded to follow the world's way over God's every day. Culture's mantra "live for today" has become the slogan of this generation! But, one thing remains true--mom and dad are still the greatest influence in the life of their child. 

Based on timeless biblical truths, Raising Successful Teens equips parents with positive, encouraging, and practical advice. A family and teen culture expert with more than 25 years of ministry experience, Jeffrey Dean gives parents the street-level approach they need to help their teens wisely and safely navigate technology, friendships, dating relationships, social media, and more. Parents will learn how to keep the lines of communication open and stay involved in their teens' lives.

Praise

“Raising teenagers has never been easy—but these days it’s more challenging than ever! With the prominence of social media, self-harming, substance abuse, sexting, and an alarming array of other trends placing today’s youth at risk, parents are desperate to help their children navigate our post-Christian culture. In his new book Jeffrey Dean not only assures moms and dads that it’s possible but also provides a wealth of practical suggestions for raising teens who embrace biblical truth.”—Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family

“Jeffrey Dean’s message is encouraging and empowering, but more importantly, it is practical. He provides proven advice for how parents can raise teens who love God and live wisely in an ever-changing world.”—Josh D. McDowell

“Jeffrey Dean reminds us that the culture surrounding today’s teens is changing just as fast as the technology. Parents need to read this book—today.”—Mike Yorkey, co-author of the Every Man's Battle series

“As our culture disengages more and more from Christian faith, it’s becoming harder and harder to follow Christ. This fact is hitting Christian teens very hard. Jeffrey Dean’s book shows parents how to put on their spiritual boxing gloves and fight for their children’s destinies in God. Read this very practical book!”—Bayard Taylor, author of Blah, Blah, Blah: Making Sense of the World's Spiritual Chatter

About Jeffrey Dean

JEFFREY DEAN is a family and teen-culture expert, speaker, radio host, ordained pastor, and author. With over twenty-five years of ministry experience, Dean equips parents with the tools they need in order to be their teen's heros. He has had regular guest appearances on nationally syndicated radio shows, including Back to the Bible and the Hopeline, and has contributed pieces for Stand Firm Magazine, Horizon, Fusion, and The Brink.

Product Details

240 pages | Published by Multnomah

On Sale Date: Sep 3, 2019

Trim Size: 5-3/16 x 8

Carton Quantity: 24

Sneak Peek

Read the first chapter by Raising Successful Teens. This revised and updated edition of The Fight of Your Life features a new title, refreshed design, and 70% new content. From every side—the Internet, social media, interactions with friends, and in both their public and private lives—teens are persuaded to follow the world's way over God's every day. Culture's mantra "live for today" has become the slogan of this generation! But, one thing remains true—mom and dad are still the greatest influence in the life of their child. Based on timeless biblical truths, Raising Successful Teens equips parents with positive, encouraging, and practical advice. A family and teen culture expert with more than 25 years of ministry experience, Jeffrey Dean gives parents the street-level approach they need to help their teens wisely and safely navigate technology, friendships, dating relationships, social media, and more. Parents will learn how to keep the lines of communication open and stay involved in their teens' lives.