Wisdom On … Making Good Decisions

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In the Wisdom On … series, you’ll find case studies, personal inventories, interactive activities, and helpful insights from the book of Proverbs, which will show you what wise living looks like. Wisdom On … Making Good Decisions examines how teens get to make a lot of decisions in their lives— even decisions that can have a big impact on their future. There’s no ‘magic’ formula to getting it right. Making good decisions takes wisdom, and in this book students will learn how to gain more wisdom and put it to use in the choices they make.

  • Subject: CHURCH and MINISTRY/MINISTRY RESOURCES/YOUTH MINISTRY
  • Form Description: Softcover
  • Contributor: Mark Matlock
  • Contributor Bio: Mark Matlock has been working with youth pastors, students, and parents for more than two decades. He's the Executive director of Youth Specialties and founder of WisdomWorks Ministries and PlanetWisdom. He's the author of several books including The Wisdom On series, Living a Life That Matters, Don't Buy the Lie, and Raising Wise Children. Mark lives in Texas with his wife, Jade, and their two teenage children.
  • Number of Pages: 144
  • Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
  • Country of Publication: US
  • Publication Date: 2007

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