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  • The Teenager Years of Jesus Christ – by Jerry Ross

    $6.99

    Teenagers–read this book! Discover the priorities of Jesus Christ when He was a teenager here on earth. Are they the same as yours? Parents–read this book! All parents follow some pattern when rearing their children. What better master plan than the plan of the Master? Youth workers–read this book! This book is loaded with ideas to help your young people accept the ultimate challenge. Pastors–read this book! Rich in scriptural support, this is a book that reminds us all of the ultimate purpose and goal of the ministry. With the writing of this book, Pastor Jerry Ross celebrates over twenty years of working with teenagers: in inner-city Chicago; as pastor of the Central Baptist Church of Brazil, Indiana; as youth pastor of the Blessed Hope Baptist Church of Jasonville, Indiana, where he now serves as senior pastor. He and his wife, Sheryl, have three daughters: Amanda, Hannah and Tabitha.

    120 pages

  • Biblical Masculinity – by Jerry Ross

    $4.50

    Biblical masculinity has all bu disappeared in our modern day culture.  Satan has systematically targeted the tenets of Biblical manhood, eliminating them one by one from our society.  The void left has been filled with a carnal, corrup and confusing idea of what true masculinity really is.  The 21 Tenets of Biblical Masculinity presented in this booklet brings scriptural clarity and sound conviction on a subject too long ignored.

    80 pages

  • Christian Modesty & the Public Undressing of America (by Jeff Pollard)

    $9.50

    Click here to read Pastor Steve Damron’s review of this book.

    The author is writing to Christian parents, pastors, and youth leaders to encourage
    them to review their concept of modesty as it pertains to Scripture. The author
    guides the reader from issue to issue, such as defining the terms that need to be
    addressed to showing that God was the original designer of clothes. His premise is
    that the fashion industry had a design and purpose in the development of the
    swimsuit. The author shows that “nakedness” had to become more and more
    acceptable in our society in limited situations at first. As fashion designers and the
    media were able to get Americans to let down their guard in these limited areas, they
    could advance further in their attack on Christian modesty.

    77 pages.

    These books are sold in good used condition.