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Checkpoints

eBook|Feb 2014
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Society today rejects the idea of absolute truth and is openly hostile toward God. For boys who want to be more like Christ, going through adolescence in this culture is like crossing a minefield without a map. They need parents...


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Society today rejects the idea of absolute truth and is openly hostile toward God. For boys who want to be more like Christ, going through adolescence in this culture is like crossing a minefield without a map. They need parents and youth workers to engage with them early and equip them with the skills needed to thrive. Checkpoints plots a course through this enemy territory that not only steers young men toward godliness but also explains how to avoid potential pitfalls. Checkpoints honestly talks about the core issues boys face, opening a vital dialogue between fathers and sons, pastors and students. Key takeaways: Created by student pastors with 20+ years in ministry 8 lessons Written in a devotional style Guys spend just 15 minutes each day to prepare them for their small group time.
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Brian Mills

Brian Mills has been doing student ministry full-time since 2001. After graduating from Ouachita Baptist University, he has served in students ministries as small as seven and as large as three thousand. He is currently the youth pastor at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, TN, where he overseas a student ministry that touches more than a thousand students a week. Brian is passionate about seeing students saved, baptized, and growing in their faith. He is the father of two children and the husband of Jennifer Mills.

Nathan Wagnon

Nathan Wagnon received his ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary and has been actively involved in generational discipleship and leadership training for more than a decade. He is an active-duty infantry officer assigned to the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colorado. He and his wife, Margaret, serve at Woodmen Valley Chapel in Colorado Springs, Colorado.