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By Marcus Brotherton

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Life is hard. you have got questions. you have choices...and the consequences are yours to reside with. So move ahead--do a bit investigating and notice the solutions for your self. The graphically pleasing books within the FlipSwitch sequence are the genuine deal. They unashamedly take on urgent matters that you simply face each day. After pinpointing God's answer, they give sensible steps to help you take your lifestyles within the correct direction...without a doubt. payment 'em out:

HEAT : Sex. an enormous fact payment whole with stats and evidence on who is doing it and who is deciding to buy it (STD information).

BLUR : Who defines you? A startling glimpse into the truth of your self-image.

SPLIT : Divorce. assistance as your individual or your mates' mom and dad pass ring-less.

BUZZ: Drugs and alcohol. What you want to learn about beer, bongs, weed, tobacco, and different tempting...

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THANKS: We are grateful to the writers, speakers, and thinkers whose work shaped our thoughts in preparing this book, including Rev. Jon Aldrich, Jay Adams, Josh McDowell, John and Stasi Eldredge, Dr. Joe Aldrich, Bono, Norman Wright, Rev. Graham and Dorothy Brotherton, Rev. Mike and Judy Albin, Randy Alcorn, Blaine Bartel, Aly Hawkins, Lynda Hunter Bjorklund, Rebecca St. James, Jeff Leeland, Debbie Nesbitt, and Elizabeth Crews. Thanks to the team at Multnomah Publishers: David Kopp, Jason Myhre, Adrienne Spain, Jake Burts, Kevin Marks, and Don Jacobson–heartfelt appreciation for your continued vision.

An ordained minister, Marcus holds a master’s degree in practical theology from Talbot Seminary at Biola University. Marcus lives with his wife, Mary Margaret, and three-year-old daughter, Addy, in Washington. Mary Margaret Brotherton has been active in ministry circles for years. She holds a degree in journalism from Biola University and worked as a newspaper reporter before working as a mom. She is pursuing a master’s degree in pastoral studies from Multnomah Seminary. THANKS: We are grateful to the writers, speakers, and thinkers whose work shaped our thoughts in preparing this book, including Rev.

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