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Who Should I Listen To?

Kevin Johnson

Who Should I Listen To?

Kevin Johnson

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- Publisher We are surrounded by dozens of voices-family, teachers, friends, media, even our own maturing body and brain-telling us every day what to believe and what to do:"Whadja do to your hair?""Oooh, whata hunk!""Don't be such a nerd."With so many voices shouting at us, who do we listen to? Which are wrong? Which are right? The easy way is to give up and follow whichever voice is the loudest.

- Publisher A devotional for junior highers on sorting out the truth from all the other voices flooding their lives. Presents Christ as the one Voice to follow.

- Publisher

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About "Who Should I Listen To?"

4 Parts^
- Publisher

We are surrounded by dozens of voices-family, teachers, friends, media, even our own maturing body and brain-telling us every day what to believe and what to do:"Whadja do to your hair?""Oooh, whata hunk!""Don't be such a nerd."With so many voices shouting at us, who do we listen to? Which are wrong? Which are right? The easy way is to give up and follow whichever voice is the loudest.
- Publisher

A devotional for junior highers on sorting out the truth from all the other voices flooding their lives. Presents Christ as the one Voice to follow.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Kevin Johnson

Kevin Johnson is the bestselling author of more than twenty books for youth, including Can I Be a Christian Without Being Weird?; Catch the Wave and the Early Teen Discipleship series. A full-time author and speaker, he served as senior editor for adult nonfiction at Bethany House Publishers and pastored a group of more than 400 sixth through ninth graders at Elmbrook Church in metro Milwaukee. He now pastors Emmaus Road Church in metro Minneapolis,

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