Item description for Why Christian Kids Leave the Faith by Tom Bisset & John T. Bisset...
Overview Author Tom Bisset has talked with those who have left. With openness and honesty, he gets to the heart of the issue by asking Why did you leave? Was there anything anyone could have done or said that might have made a difference in your decision? Yet this is not just a "why did they drop out?" book. The author explores four basic reasons for faith rejection and what you can do to help someone who is struggling with these issues. And perhaps most important, you'll find insight and practical advice for communicating the Christian faith to the next generation.
Author Tom Bisset has talked with those who have left. With openness and honesty, he gets to the heart of the issue by asking basic questions. You'll find insight and practical advice for communicating the Christian faith to the next generation.
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Studio: Discovery House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.44" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1997
Publisher Discovery House Publishers
ISBN 1572930268 ISBN13 9781572930261
Availability 0 units.
More About Tom Bisset & John T. Bisset
Tom Bisset is the president of Peter and John Ministries (WRBS AM/FM and River Valley Ranch). He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, Greenville College (A.B., Th.B.) and Johns Hopkins University (M.A.). He and his wife, Mary Ruth, have two grown children. He is also the author of Why Christian Kids Leave the Faith.
Reviews - What do customers think about Why Christian Kids Leave the Faith?
This book was a relief Oct 9, 1999
Second only to talking to Christians who've gone the same route as my son and yet returned to their faith, this book provided more comfort with every chapter than I found anywhere else. The final chapters are especially encouraging. In researching the book the author found, contrary to his expectations, that the vast majority (85%) of young men and women that leave their faith return to it. I'm eager to read Bisset's second book, "Good News About Prodigals".