Alone by Andy Braner
Finding Connection in a Lonely World

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Despite hundreds of Instagram friends and thousands of text messages, why do students feel so alone? It’s a sad irony that today’s students have never been more connected―and have never felt more isolated. Andy Braner believes the answer lies in showing students how to build real and lasting community that’s centered on God’s love and grace. An important and essential read for parents and modern youth workers, Alone helps you learn how leading healthy students begins with a solid understanding of gospel community and mission.

About Andy Braner

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Andy Braner is an ordained youth minister and former president of the largest nondenominational Christian sports camp in the world, Kanakuk Colorado Kamp. Currently, he is the president of Ahava ministries, a camp ministry that teaches a Christian worldview to teens and college students. Each year Braner speaks to more than 80,000 teens and college students all over the world. His message centers around training global leaders to love God and love others.
Published October 11, 2012 by Think. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Young Adult, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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