Are You a Red Cup Christian?
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By Lars Rood

Picture the scene: You'’re standing on a corner in a college town and see hundreds of students holding red cups. Like those red cups, the people blend in and all look the same. Everyone seems the same on the outside, and you'’re unable to see anything on the inside.

In many ways, this scene represents the challenges you face as you move from high school into young adulthood. You may be going from a relatively sheltered environment to one of full freedom, and that transition can be difficult. Will you conform to the culture around you, or will you pursue a stand-out faith in this fit-in world?

Veteran youth worker Lars Rood is convinced that you can chart a course that will make your faith an essential part of your life. As you prepare for life after high school, you don'’t have to be a red-cup Christian: someone who blends in and looks the same as the culture around you.

Drawing on the experiences of his own faith journey, Lars will guide you on the adventure of standing out instead of blending in, of fully embracing your faith and living it out.

118 pages
5" x 7" softcover
LARS ROOD has been involved in youth ministry for 20+ years, and it has been an amazing ride. A featured writer/speaker, he loves to be with students and families, as well as teach youth workers and seminary students. Lars and his family live in Washington state, where he is an associate pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue. You can follow his life at,,

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Q: Can you tell us more about the content of the book? What are the chapters/topics? The description seems to be lacking.
Asked : Oct 02, 2017
By : Tom, East Bay
A: If you haven't had a chance to view the Sample provided on this page, I would encourage you to do so. It includes the Table of Contents, and a great introduction. It will also have an Section 1 introduction talking about the chapters in the first section of the book. You will also be able to see Chapter 1 of the book as well so you can see how each chapter is laid out. There are eight chapters on Problems. Seven chapters on Needs, and eight chapters on Solutions. This can be used as a group study or individual devotional for your Student Ministry.
Answered : Oct 03, 2017
By : Robin

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