Unofficial Guide to Life After High School
Every year, millions of students graduate from high school. But though school is out, their education in real life is just beginning. They may be going off to college, entering the work force, or both. But no matter where they're...
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Every year, millions of students graduate from high school. But though school is out, their education in real life is just beginning. They may be going off to college, entering the work force, or both. But no matter where they're headed, they are going to learn important life lessons. Sadly, this usually happens the hard way, through "the school of hard knocks". In The Unofficial Guide to Life after High School, Len Woods offers young adults a healthier alternative.^Written with humor, honesty, and warmth -- and filled with down-to-earth, true stories about young adult life -- The Unofficial Guide to Life after High School offers valuable insights to help graduates learn about who they are, who God is, what life is like, what people are like, and what the future may hold for them.^Moms, dads, teachers, youth pastors, and anyone close to a high school grad will be drawn to Woods's guide -- the perfect gift to help young adults learn to live by the truths of God's Word.
Len Woods offered this book of lessons via the school of hard knocks to recent graduates in the hope that the accumulated experience and wisdom of others will alert young people to the pitfalls of life and help them be ready for the real world.
For much of his adult life, Len Woods has been involved in student ministry. He's been a wild-eyed summer intern, a clueless part-time youth director, and a mistake-making full-time student pastor. He's been a bumbling adult volunteer as well as a stumbling father of teenage sons. The former editor of Youthwalk, Len has also authored and helped create numerous books and Bible study materials for youth and youth leaders. A graduate of LSU and Dallas Theological Seminary, Len is now the lead pastor at Christ Community Church in Ruston, Louisana, where he still goofs up on a regular basis.