"Brock and Marko have written a comprehensive, practical, and truly helpful book on the complicated struggle that our boys experience on their way to becoming the men God wants them to be. As a mother of one of these exasperating, wonderful creatures (whom I adore in spite of both of us) I highly recommend it." —Kathie Lee Gifford
God wants to do amazing things in your son's life—and wants you to play an integral role in that adventure.
Raising a son to become a God-honoring man is no easy task. It's complex, it's dynamic, and it requires a lifetime of investment. But authors Brock Morgan and Mark Oestreicher know it can be done—confidence that's rooted in their individual journey of faith and in their experience as longtime youth workers.
A Parent's Guide to Understanding Teenage Guys
will help you discover insights on shepherding your son, preparing him to take the reins of his life, and helping him confront the extreme struggles every guy faces—such as loneliness, anger, lust, apathy, and technology. They can pursue a life that challenges the values of our culture and experience a life lived for God.
This book will enlighten, encourage, and equip you as a parent. And if you're a youth worker, you'll want to put this book into the hands of parents of the young men in your ministry as you walk alongside them.
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Mark Oestreicher (Marko) is a veteran youth worker and founding partner in The Youth Cartel, providing resources, training, and coaching for church youth workers. The author of dozens of books, including Youth Ministry 3.0, Marko is a sought-after speaker, writer, and consultant. Marko lives in San Diego with his wife, Jeannie, and two teenage children, Liesl and Max. Marko's blog: whyismarko.com.
Brock Morgan is a popular speaker for conferences, retreats, and camps and has written in a variety of magazines and publications. This 22-year youth ministry veteran lives with his wife and daughter just outside of New York City in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he is the youth pastor at Trinity Church. You can find out more about him, his writings, and his ministry at brockmorgan.com.