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Caught in the crossfire

Author: Juliann Rich
Publisher: Valley Falls, NY : Bold Strokes Books, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Two boys at Bible camp; one forbidden love. That is the dilemma sixteen-year-old Jonathan Cooper faces when he goes away to Spirit Lake Bible Camp, an oasis for teen believers situated along Minnesota's rugged north shore. He is expecting a summer of mosquito bites, bonfires with s'mores, and photography classes with Simon, his favorite counselor, who always helps Jonathan see his life in perfect focus. What he  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juliann Rich
ISBN: 1626390703 9781626390706
OCLC Number: 858359028
Description: 184 pages 22 cm
Responsibility: by Juliann Rich.

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Two boys at Bible camp; one forbidden love. That is the dilemma sixteen-year-old Jonathan Cooper faces when he goes away to Spirit Lake Bible Camp, an oasis for teen believers situated along Minnesota's rugged north shore. He is expecting a summer of mosquito bites, bonfires with s'mores, and photography classes with Simon, his favorite counselor, who always helps Jonathan see his life in perfect focus. What he isn't expecting is Ian McGuire, a new camper who openly argues against phrases like pray the gay away. Ian is certain of many things, including what could happen between them if only Jonathan could surrender to his feelings. Jonathan, however, tosses in a storm of indecision between his belief in God and his inability to stay away from Ian. When a real storm hits and Ian is lost in it, Jonathan is forced to make a public decision that changes his life.

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Ignorance is not Bliss

by MarniJ (WorldCat user published 2014-06-05) Very Good Permalink

Our world is changing before our eyes.  For the older generations, they've seen so many changes it would boggle the mind.  Growing up, they've seen racial segregation come to a halt, interracial...
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