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For Youth

Please Note: The listing of a resource on the pages below indicates we have found the material to be generally sound and helpful in relation to the given subject. It by no means indicates Fresh Start’s complete endorsement (with the exception of the Holy Bible) of either the material or the doctrinal standpoint of the author. If you come across something you have questions about, please objectively study the Word of God on the matter and find some answers. We welcome your feedback, either appreciative or corrective, regarding any of these resources.

Relationship with God

  • The Holy Bible– God (for this and all subjects following, this is the inspired and inerrant moral compass whereby we discern truth or error in any other resource or opinion. )           Go to E-Sword for a free download

  • Knowledge of the Holy- A.W. Tozer

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  • Experiencing Father’s Embrace –  Jack Frost

Relationship with Parents/Authority

  • A Tale of Three Kings -Gene Edwards

  • Exquisite Agony – Gene Edwards  (when one is wounded by other Christians)
  • The Bait of Satan- John Bevere  (dealing with offense)

Relating to the Oppisite Sex

  • Kissed the Girls And Made them Cry-Lisa Bevere  (Ladies)

  • Preparing to be His Helpmeet-Debbie Pearl (Ladies)

  • Sex Is Not The Problem (Lust Is)  (Formerly Titled: Not Even a Hint)- Josh Harris

Music & Entertainment

  • [download id=”33″] – Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a world without the impact of Hollywood? What are the affects of the movie industry and how has the video realm affected our churches?  Joel Weaver’s SMBI Thesis was on this subject. A very eye-opening read.
  • Why I Left The Contemporary Christian Music Movement: Confessions from a former worship leader – Dan Lucarini


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