• Welcome to College
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    ISBN: 9780825433542

    Pages: 384

    Publication date: 2-5-2008

    Format: Paperback

    Imprint: Kregel Publications

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    Welcome to College

    A Christ-Follower's Guide for the Journey


    Wow! What a book! Quite frankly, this is the book I’ve been waiting for the last forty years to give to college students. It is the single best volume I have ever read for preparing students for how to follow Jesus and flourish as his disciple in college.

    —J. P. Moreland
    Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
    Talbot School of Theology, Biola University

    “What will you do with your life?” One huge, frightening question! In college, whether you know it or not, you answer this question every day with each decision. That’s why it’s important to know how you will handle college before you find yourself in the thick of it. College is a great time, with new friends and new experiences, but it is also a time that will shape your future.

    How do you grow spiritually? How do you share your faith in a hostile environment? How do you manage your time so that you can study and have fun? Is all truth relative? Are there good reasons to be a Christian? What about alcohol? How should you think about dating and sex as a Christian?

    Jonathan Morrow tackles these questions and other tough issues that arise during the college years. Grounded in his own experience as well as biblical truth, Morrow writes quick, easy to read chapters packed with good advice. Each chapter is summarized into “big ideas” and includes a handy list of related resources.

    Jonathan Morrow spent his college years at a large state school. In between classes and hanging out with friends, he ministered to fraternities and sororities and served in Campus Crusade for Christ. Jonathan recently completed graduate work at Biola University in Los Angeles. His considerable experience interacting with students prepared him to equip students for what they will encounter in their formative undergraduate years. Jonathan lives with his wife and son in Tennessee.