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Overview Are your customers looking for help with their kids? If so, Ron Luce is ready to help with a fresh perspective. The message? Getting your kids interested in church isn't always easy, but getting them to acquire the fire is easy! Luce shows parents and leaders how to inspire kids to love the Lord.
Publishers Description Parents and youth leaders everywhere are asking the question: How can I get my kids on fire for God? You've preached to them, "bribed" them, begged them and literally forced them to go to church. Nothing seems to work Ron Luce has seen tens of thousands of teens transformed by the living God, and he's convinced: You can break the spiritual gridlock between you, your teenager and the church. In "Inspire the Fire" you'll discover: Preventative medicine to keep your kids out of the apathy trapHow to break the communication barrier between you and your teenagerYour teenager's need for identity and purpose in lifeHow to launch your kids beyond religious experiences and into a personal encounter with God
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Studio: Charisma House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.62" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Jul 23, 1996
Publisher Charisma House
ISBN 0884193705 ISBN13 9780884193708
Availability 0 units.
More About Ron Luce
Ron and Katie Luce founded Teen Mania in 1986. Today Ron serves as president of the ministry, rallying teens who pack arenas and stadiums for events called Acquire the Fire. Teens also come to the 472-acre headquarters in Garden Valley, Texas for leadership internships and to attend the ministry's academy. Ron holds a bachelor's degree in theology and psychology and a master's degree in counseling. He has written more than thirty books, including "ReCreate: Building a Culture in Your Home Stronger that the Culture Deceiving Your Kids" and "Friends Without Benefits: What Teens Need to Know About a Great Sex Life." Ron and Katie have three teen and young-adult children.
Ron Luce was born in 1949.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Inspire The Fire?
Facing the teen apathy challenge Dec 31, 2006
As a youth pastor and organizer of many teen events, I sympathize with the plight of youth ministers. How do you inspire without alienating? Inspire The Fire by Ron Luce goes beyond the usual motivational tips of similar books and deals with the heart of the problem ... teen apathy is a natural result of parent and church apathy. Once a week religion is not born-again religion. In the book, Luce says, "Radical abandonment will free us to communicate more effectively...who you are will...bleed through." He says in another place, "Our teens need the real thing - an encounter with the living God. Once you give them the real thing they will never want the fake stuff again." I recommend this book to anyone who wants to help teens get truly saved. Patrick McIntyre, author of The Graham Formula
Excellent book offering a way to know God in a real sense! Feb 11, 2001
I've read reviews where people didn't think too highly of Ron..booo..I know I went to an Acquire the Fire in 1998, and got saved. I know that I've been challenged, motivated, and pushed out of my comfort zone by Ron, and the Interns at Teen Mania. I've met Ron several times, and I know him better than just a "profiteer". I think some people think low of him because they get convicted when he preaches the truth the way it is, and not sugar coated. I've been on a Missions Trip with Teen Mania, and am going this summer to shake the nations of the world with Teen Mania Ministries. THIS man really knows how to Inspire the Fire, and after reading the book, I learned almost all that I know (educationally) about Youth Ministry. Whatever else I know comes from three sources...My Youth Pastor, My experience, and different teachings from Ron.