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Boy After God’s Own Heart

Release Date: August 2012
Page Count: 112
Size: 5.2500 x 8.0000
Binding: Trade Paper
ISBN: 978-0-7369-4502-8
Case Lot Quantity: 100

Boy After God’s Own Heart

Your Awesome Adventure with Jesus


54321( 5 )

Boys have a lot competing for their attention, and peer pressure can be tremendous—making it a challenge to encourage them toward the things of God and living the Christian life.

Jim George helps young guys to understand why God is important in everything they do. And he teaches that the Bible has the answers for all the questions and issues they face as they grow older. Boys will learn…

  • the value of honoring and respecting their parents
  • the keys to making right choices and decisions
  • how to choose the best kinds of friends and be a good friend
  • the benefits of taking school seriously and being responsible
  • the need to follow after God by reading the Bible and spending time in prayer

This book includes discussion questions and interactive material, opening a whole new world for boys, pointing them in the right direction for becoming what God designed them to be.

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Editorial Reviews

“I love how Jim writes this in a very easy-to-read format that’s conversational… He goes right to the heart of the matter!” —Five Star Book Reviews "Our kids need more books like this!" —MySeasonsofOpportunities.blogspot.com

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10/14/15 Amy


“There is so much vying for our children’s attention that when my son wanted to read this book, I was so thrilled! He first read A Boys Guide to Making Really Good Choices. He is a typical nine-year-old, but I am so thankful that he has a desire to learn more about following God.

“I liked the fact that this book is written in terms boys can understand! Each chapter contains a story about a boy and something he is going through. Maybe he is struggling with paying attention in school, obeying his parents, doing what he is supposed to verses what he wants to do. After initiating the chapter with a catchy practical story, Jim goes on to use an acrostic with the main idea in the chapter to further explain how God wants the boy to handle the situation.

“I really feel like this book is an asset to any boy’s life. There is so much wisdom they can apply and it can be read over and over. They can read it slowly taking a chapter or a letter at a time, or quickly, going back later for reference. Our kids need more books like this!”

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