Title: Dirty Dancing at the Prom and Other Challenges Christian Teens Face: How Parents Can Help
Author: Barbara Curtis
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
Release Date: August 2005
Paperback: 144 pages
List Price: $12.99
From the Back Cover
Dennis Rainey, president of Family Life, says, “If you are looking for a practical, authentic guide for raising teenagers, you’ve found it! Barbara Curtis is a gifted communicator and a seasoned mom with great advice. Read this book – it will help you love and lead your teenagers.”
Dirty Dancing at the Prom.. . . . Do Yourself and Your Kids a Favor!
Parents: You may know where your teenagers are, but are you aware of the challenges they’re facing? High school isn’t the way you remember it.
Barbara Curtis interviews Christian teens and gives you insider information on what’s happening at school today – from peer pressure between classes – to locker room conversations – to the prom. With steps you can take to help your teen: Stay grounded Respect boundaries Avoid temptation Develop compassion Stand up for what’s right Make the most of their mistakes Live with integrity.
Parents: Do the homework to help your teen succeed spiritually.
About the Author:
Barbara Curtis, mother of 12 and grandmother of 10 (so far!), has published seven books â including The Mommy Manual and Lord, Please Meet Me in the Laundry Room. She is also an award-winning columnist with over 700 published articles in 50 publications, including Focus on the Family, Guideposts, Christian Parenting Today, and The Washington Times. With six children still at home, Barbara and her husband Tripp continue their parenting adventure in northern Virginia. In 2004 they received the Congressional Angel in Adoption Award.