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 [ … ]
The 5th Anniversary Edition of Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations, co-authored by twins Alex and Brett Harris, is featured on kirkcameron.com.
Celebrating five years of encouraging teens to make a positive difference in the world, the anniversary edition of this landmark book offers fresh material including a new introduction, a Q&A starter primer and a conversation guide.
Originally released in 2008, Do Hard Things became a CBA best seller, and now has more than 450,000 copies in print!
Cleaning House author, Kay Wills Wyma, shares her experience in helping to make her own kids more independent on Louisville’s WHAS, Great Day LIVE!
For every parent who is picking their kids’ clothes off the floor, making their beds, waiting on them hand and foot…click here to watch!
One day fractured their lives. Only Gods grace can redeem them.
An unsolved, decade-old murder holds two witnesses hostage to their memories and trapped in destructive patterns. Can the tragedy at the crossing be redeemed by the cross?
Praying for Your Future Husband by Robin Jones Gunn and Tricia Goyer was recently reviewed in The Old Schoolhouse, a popular magazine for homeschool families. Click here to read the review by Gena Suarez, publisher of The Old Schoolhouse.
Are you ready to take the next step and blast past mediocrity for the glory of God?
This highly anticipated companion to Do Hard Things is filled with stories and insights from Alex and Brett Harris and other rebelutionaries who are making a difference right where they are. Start Here is a powerful and practical guide for young people who are ready to blast past apathy and do hard things for the glory of God.