Helping Your Son/Daughter Survive the First Month Killing Zone in College

2016-10-26T10:14:39-05:00Aug 22, 2015|

Guest: Jason Carlson, president, Christian Ministries International

Have mercy on some, who are doubting; save others, snatching them out of the fire; and on some have mercy with fear, hating even the garment polluted by the flesh. Jude 22-23

Right now hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of teenagers are embarking on one of life’s most perilous and challenging transitions as they leave home and go to college.

They are going from dependence to independence, from parental values to forming their own personal values.  Waiting for them on campus are professors seeking to “open their minds” and peers looking to “experiment” with their first taste of “freedom.”

It’s no wonder that a high percentage of Christian students go to college and stray from the faith.  And it all happens so quickly—within weeks of their big transition, too many students are swept away never to be the same again.

We’re calling it “the first month killing zone” and Jason Carlson, a regular speaker on college campuses and president of Christian Ministries International, will tell us how parents and students can not just survive it but live for the glory of God on campus.

Note: For the first time and a limited time, we are offering David Wheaton’s book, University of Destruction: Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus, for a donation of any amount to The Christian Worldview.  This 176-page softcover retails for $13.99 on Amazon and is a perennially popular resource for students and parents.  Be sure to request your copy personalized and signed.

Also, here is a link to the apologetic study Bible for students that our guest, Jason Carlson, recommended.

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