Item description for Rise Up: Counting the Cost of Believing (Operation Battle Cry) by Ron Luce...
Overview Rise Up: Basic Training for Warriors is a curriculum that, over the course of an intense weekend retreat or spread out over several weeks, unmasks the lies that the world has been feeding the teen generation?lies about God and about themselves. First it calls teens to repent of unhealthy sin patterns. Then it helps them discover their incredible spiritual potential, allowing God to use them to impact their generation for Christ.
This remarkable, no-nonsense, no-compromise curriculum by Ron Luce of TeenMania and NexGen includes 10 Student Training manuals, a DVD, leader's guide, and a sample student self-discipleship book.
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Studio: David C. Cook
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.4" Width: 7.8" Height: 1.8" Weight: 2.12 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2006
Publisher David C. Cook
ISBN 0781443172 ISBN13 9780781443173
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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Thought provoking, challenging, and fun Jan 12, 2007
I just finished leading a group thru this series. We did it as a weekly Bible study seperate from our normal weekly youth group meeting. So the young people that came were totally voluntary. It is pretty intense and not everybody may be ready for this but a group of young people at our church has been looking for something more challenging and this was definately not the typical youth group lessons. It was a great series and really got the kids thinking and changing their lives. As a leader you need to prepare each week ahead of time and know what your going to do but the book really does a excellent job of letting you know what you need to do.
Now they are excited to keep going and want to do the next series- Dig In.