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A Student’s Guide to Navigating Culture

Walt Mueller
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This product is available for pre-order and is due for release on 09 July 2021

Endorsements

This book challenges teenagers not to run away from, but to run into the hard questions they face today by offering biblical answers and theological conviction. It is a brave new world—here you will find the wisdom and courage you need to navigate it.

Chris Larson, President and CEO of Ligonier Ministries, Orlando, Florida

What makes Walt Mueller such an important resource for youth workers is that he’s a keen student of both the culture and the Word. And he puts both of those tools to good use in this little book. The book is readable, biblical, and, of course, up–to–the–minute relevant.

Duffy Robbins, Professor of Christian Ministry, Grove City College, Pennsylvania

… a practical and relevant toolkit for engaging the culture in which we live, parent and do our ministry. … gives us access to the basic tools we will need to find our own way, and guide next generations through the complexity of what post–modern, post–Christian, post–truth culture throws at us. A must read resource for anyone who loves teenagers.

Marv Penner , Director, All About Youth and the National Center for Excellence in Youth Ministry Speaker and author of several books, including Help! My Kids Are Hurting

Walt Mueller is the preeminent guide to culture for parents, youth workers, and teachers.  Culture is the water that our students are swimming in every single day … Whether you’re a parent or youth worker, read this book and use the included discussions with your students to help you reflect and engage on these important topics.    

Kevin Yi , College and Young Adults Pastor, Church Everyday and video producer for Rooted Ministry

As Walt points out, our kids are marinating in a secular culture and they are often doing it without any biblical guidance. We must choose to be a stronger, more convincing, Christ–centered voice to our young people. This is a must–read.

Julie Lowe, Counselor and Play Therapist, Faculty Member at CCEF

Our gospel glasses have become so muddied by ‘what’s right by the world’ that we struggle to see cultural issues clearly through the lens of Biblical truth. For this reason, I wish I could put this book in the hands of every Christian teenager, and adult too for that matter. 

Kristen Hatton, Author of ‘Exodus: The Gospel–Centered Life for Students’, ‘Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World’ & ‘Get Your Story Straight’

This book challenges teenagers not to run away from, but to run into the hard questions they face today by offering biblical answers and theological conviction. It is a brave new world—here you will find the wisdom and courage you need to navigate it.

Stephen J. Nichols, President, Reformation Bible College, CAO Ligonier Ministries, Sanford, Florida

… this slim volume offers important wisdom and truth that can be used to think Christianly about a host of cultural realities. Get this book for your kids, students, and teens. But first read it yourself — because we all have things to learn and progress to make when it comes to living Christianly.

Crystal Kirgiss , Author, speaker and teacher, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Young Life VP of Discipleship

A Student’s Guide to Navigating Culture is packed with valuable content to help students learn to think Christianly about gender, social media, and more. And yet it’s short, easy to read, and biblically sound. I wish every young person would read this and discuss it with a caring adult.

Sean McDowell , Professor of Christian Apologetics, Biola University, La Mirada, California Best–selling author and popular speaker

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