“Great little book!”
“Wisdom is a pathway, not a door”
“Our greatest hope and prayer for our friends who don’t know Jesus yet shouldn’t be that they start behaving more like Christians, it should be that they come to know Jesus… his love grace and mercy too”
“If I’m debating just to win the argument, I’ve already lost…. People are so much more important than arguments”
The above are three quotes, amongst others, that I found really helpful in this book that does a fantastic job of tackling a very culturally relevant topic. We have entered the age of “my truth, your truth”, and it can feel confusing for our young people to decide who says what’s right and wrong. This book could be just what you need to navigate this.
Chris speaks into this issue in a very conversational, easy to understand manner. I read the book straight through in one evening, but I think it would be a great book to chew over slowly, a chapter at a time, over breakfast for example, with your teen or pre teen children. ☺️
One of the biggest things I enjoyed about it is that it doesn’t take knowledge for granted. He explains everything, including the gospel, so it is totally inclusive. Everyone would gain much from it, no matter where they are on their faith journey - from those exploring for the first time, to those who have known Jesus for years. 🙌
Thank you for sending me this copy in exchange for my honest review. I will mostly certainly be keeping this for when my eldest is a bit older ♥️