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|Medientyp:||Jugendliches Publikum, Internetquelle|
Alex Harris; Brett Harris; Elisa Stanford
|Anmerkungen:||Companion book to: Do hard things.
Includes discussion questions.
|Beschreibung:||xi, 162 pages ; 21 cm|
|Inhalt:||Opening the door to your own rebelution --
What that first step looks like: I'm ready to get started --
on something! What do I do now? ; How can I tell the difference between good hard things in general and good hard things I should be doing? ; What if I just want to join other people in what they are doing? ; Do small hard things really count? ; I know God wants me to do something with this idea, but I'm not ready for it now. What can I do to get ready for doing this hard thing later? --
Practical help for making it work: What kind of planning do I need to do before I launch this thing? ; I want to obey my parents, and I also want to make my own decisions about the hard things I do. Can those two things go together? ; How do I ask people to support my cause? ; What are some ideas for getting my church to participate? ; I'm not big on bake sales. How can I raise money for my project? ; How can I get my friends involved in a group effort? --
Handling the changes that come with doing hard things: What's the best way to handle the affirmation I receive for doing hard things? ; My dream is bigger than my schedule! How do I manage my time now that I'm a rebelutionary? ; What do I do when people want to interview me? --
Keeping God in focus every step of the way: I want God to be at the center of every hard thing I do. What does that look like? ; How do I keep my motivation for doing hard things pure? ; Sometimes doing hard things actually distracts me from God. What should I do? --
Keeping on in the middle of hard things: I want to see this through, but I feel overwhelmed. How do I keep up my enthusiasm? ; What if I try to do something hard and it doesn't work out? Does that mean I didn't hear God right? ; I'm doing hard things, but nothing feels different. What should I do? --
How to move against the crowd --
and why: Am I missing out on anything because I'm not doing the "normal" things teens do? ; Can doing hard things be fun? ; How do I let my friends know I've changed? ; What if doing hard things makes me unpopular? ; How should rebelutionaries relate to pop culture --
like TV, music, movies, books, and the Internet? --
When doing is done: Is it all right to feel proud after doing a hard thing? ; How do I keep from falling back into my old ways of thinking and acting? ; What do I do when I'm done with a hard thing? Is it okay to take a break? --
Two stories that will answer all your questions (or at least give you some great ideas).
|Andere Titel||Doing hard things right where you are|
|Verfasserangabe:||Alex & Brett Harris, with Elisa Stanford.|
- Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Juvenile literature.
- Self-actualization (Psychology) in adolescence -- Juvenile literature.
- Expectation (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Juvenile literature.
- Adolescent psychology -- Juvenile literature.
- Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
- Self-actualization (Psychology)
- Expectation (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
- Adolescent psychology.
- Self-actualization (Psychology) in adolescence.