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The Grad's Guide to Choosing Well: Wisdom for Life on Your Own

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Six months into her stay with her foster parents, Katie Parker is finally adjusting to her new family. But after a tornado rips through the town of In Between, nothing is ever the same again.

When her foster mom, Millie, is diagnosed with cancer, Katie begins to doubt if God really does care. What will happen to Katie? Could she possibly have to leave In Between and the family she's come to depend on? Things spiral even further out of control when Katie juggles a science fair project, a malfunctioning best friend, spring break plans, and holding the attention of her own Prince Charming. It's going to take more than a glass slipper and some fairy dust to fix Katie Parker's problems. But will help come in time?

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The Grad's Guide to Choosing Well helps students wade through the fascinating and frustrating complexities of life and offers guidance in making wise choices.

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When tragedy strikes Katie Parker, she begins to doubt if God really cares. Can she reconnect to Him?

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Life is looking up for Katie. After being placed in a new home, she’s finally adjusting to her foster family. But tragedy shakes her fragile world as a tornado rips through town and her foster mother is diagnosed with cancer.

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The Grad’s Guide to Choosing Well explores tough issues and temptations teens and young adults will likely face as they head out for life on their own while offering truth, hope, and inspiration rooted in biblical wisdom.

Using Proverbs 3:5-6 as a foundation for making choices and setting priorities in daily life, this excellent graduation gift encourages young people to seek God’s will, set priorities, and have a deeper relationship with Him. The casual, easy-to-read approach helps them understand the power of the decisions the make today and the impact those decisions can have on who they will become.

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TH1NK is a straightforward, no-fluff, honest approach to books (fiction and nonfiction), Bibles, and Bible studies. TH1NK produces honest (sometimes blunt), relevant, and innovative resources that interact with Scripture to challenge and inspire the hearts of a new generation of truth-seeking disciples of Christ. TH1NK speaks to the independent thinkers of this generation without hype or gloss but with substantive truth to motivate individuals to live out their faith as disciples of Jesus.

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9781600069215
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Th1nk
Publisher:
NavPress Publishing Group
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Navpress
Manufactured:
Navpress
Author:
The Navigators
Author:
Jones, Jenny B.
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Navpress
Subject:
Christian Life - General
Subject:
Christian Life
Subject:
Christianity - General
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Edition Description:
Hardcover
Series:
The Grad's Guide
Series Volume:
3
Publication Date:
20100331
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
176
Dimensions:
7 x 5 in

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Children's » Religion » General
Religion » Christianity » General
Religion » Comparative Religion » General
Young Adult » Nonfiction » Living
Young Adult » Nonfiction » Spirituality

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The Grad's Guide to Choosing Well helps students wade through the fascinating and frustrating complexities of life and offers guidance in making wise choices.
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When tragedy strikes Katie Parker, she begins to doubt if God really cares. Can she reconnect to Him?
"Synopsis" by ,
Life is looking up for Katie. After being placed in a new home, she’s finally adjusting to her foster family. But tragedy shakes her fragile world as a tornado rips through town and her foster mother is diagnosed with cancer.

"Synopsis" by ,
The Grad’s Guide to Choosing Well explores tough issues and temptations teens and young adults will likely face as they head out for life on their own while offering truth, hope, and inspiration rooted in biblical wisdom.

Using Proverbs 3:5-6 as a foundation for making choices and setting priorities in daily life, this excellent graduation gift encourages young people to seek God’s will, set priorities, and have a deeper relationship with Him. The casual, easy-to-read approach helps them understand the power of the decisions the make today and the impact those decisions can have on who they will become.

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