Relevant Issue of Teenagers And Lyrics The Topic Of New Book KISS WHAT? Teaches How To Parent Christian Teenagers Towards Having A Heart Of Worship For God.

Music lyrics can have a powerful influence on teenagers, desensitizing them to legitimize behaviors as normal, healthy or acceptable like anger, violence, pre-marital sexual activity, rebellion, drug or alcohol abuse. How to parent teenagers regarding their music listening habits can be tricky. Christian parents need to be the number one influence in teaching their teenager to have a heart of worship for God. KISS WHAT? Exposing What God And Satan Think About Your Music And Worship is an invaluable new teaching tool to help parents and youth pastors equip teenagers to have a heart of worship for God and say no to ungodly music listening habits.

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"Nick spoke and the next night they smashed CD's, trashed books and magazines. It was awesome" Tony LaBarca former Teen Director Elim Bible Institute

Canandaigua, New York (PRWEB) July 31, 2012

Song lyrics invade the teenage mind 4-5 hours every day. Former rock star and author of KISS WHAT? Nick Costello claims, "Music is perhaps the most powerful influence in a teenagers life. Teenagers seek an identity through their music. Music lyrics can intensify problems a teenager faces. It fuels their inner struggles which can manifest in outward bad behavior or wrong, unhealthy decisions. It can lure them away from worshiping God with all their heart."

WARNING: The saying goes, "Garbage in, garbage out." Song lyrics can send messages into easily influenced young minds, that can negatively mold a teenagers attitude, belief system, values and world view!

Christian parenting gets big help in equipping their teenager to understand God's viewpoint on song lyrics and what is acceptable to God. But KISS WHAT? isn't just another book addressing the issue of teenagers and lyrics. It also helps teenagers grow in spiritual maturity teaching them how to resist peer pressure, take a stand for their faith, trust God in difficult times and much more.

Teenagers say, "I don't listen to the lyrics." Nick challenges that teenage viewpoint when it comes to song lyrics and many more deceptive thinking habits of teenagers. Many teenagers are looking for answers to their life struggles and questions through their music. Nick aims teenagers to look to Christ for all their needs and have a true heart of worship for God!

A must read for every Christian teenager and needed teaching tool in Christian parenting and youth ministry today for helping teenagers attain spiritual maturity.

Nick understands the power of music to capture the teenage human heart and influence their attitude, behaviors and values. Prior to his conversion to Christ, Nick lived a fast lane lifestyle of sex, drugs and rock and roll spanning over 25 years. He attained his childhood dream of becoming a rock star with Canadian/American recording artists, Toronto. Nick is an evangelist, youth communicator, conference speaker and worship leader. He travels the country telling his life story, conducting music seminars, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and calling Christians to a life of uncompromising obedience to God. Nick is a graduate of The Billy Graham North American Institute For Emerging Evangelists.