"Why wait for something when I can enjoy it now?"
"The images don't really affect me . . . do they?"
"And how could smoking a little weed really be bad when it's becoming legalized everywhere?"
"I'd like to tell you I don't care what others think, but honestly, I want to be liked."
Maybe you're thinking, "I've had one . . . maybe even a few, of these thoughts, and I don't know how to even begin to deal with them."
The good news? You're not alone. And there is a way to fight these battles head-on, overcoming the past, pressing forward, and becoming the person God designed you to be.
So what's a guy to do? Join youth culture expert and author of the popular Guy's Guide to God, Girls, and the Phone in Your Pocket, Jonathan McKee, as he gets real about the four common battles every young man will encounter in his life: sexual temptation, screens, controlled substances, and self-esteem. With humor and honesty, McKee once again offers up practical, spiritual advice filled with real-world applications to help you face today's distractions.
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