Is there a more frightening question for a graduating high school senior than "What will you do with your life?
I received a copy of this book free to review. I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this book.
In college, whether they realize it or not, students will answer that question every day with each decision. All of the new friends and new experiences of higher education will shape their future. It's critical that students know how to handle college before they're in the thick of it.
Jonathan Morrow tackles the tough questions that arise during these formative years, including:
-How do you grow spiritually?
-How do you manage your time to both study well and have fun?
-Is all truth relative?
-Are there good reasons to be a Christian?
-As a Christian, how should you view issues like dating and sex?
Each chapter of this new edition has been updated, and the author has included a new chapter on Christianity, homosexuality, and the Bible. Grounded in both his own extensive experience and biblical truth, Morrow's book is full of quick, easy-to-read chapters and excellent advice.
*My Review* While I don't have a high school senior at the moment. I will have a 9th grader come the new school year, so I am preparing her for college..whether she chooses to do an online course, community college, or moves away for college. I believe it is important to prepare our children for the challenges they will face once in college. "Welcome to College" by Jonathan Morrow is perfect for soon to be college students and even non-college students. This book shows you how to juggle life, schedules, & decision making. I would suggest this book to parents(or grandparents) of teens who will be off to college soon!
Jonathan Morrow(DMin, MDiv) is the author of several books including "Questioning the Bible" and he speaks nationally on biblical worldview, apologetics, and culture. He is adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University and director of cultural engagement at Impact 360 Institute where he teaches high school and college students. Jonathan is passionate about seeing a new generation build a lasting faith.