Do Hard Things

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Say "No!" to low expectations and teenage laziness as you stand up to make an impact for the Kingdom of God.

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Suggested Age 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 18+
Author(s) Alex and Brett Harris
Page Count 256
Publication Date 2008
Publisher Multnomah


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In their new book, Alex and Brett Harris challenge young people to get off the couch and do something for the glory of God. Our culture tells us to use the teen years to goof off and be lazy. Alex and Brett are two teenagers who have stood up and said "No!" to these standards, and they're inviting you to join the ranks of teenagers who are fed up with low expectations and are looking to make an impact for the Kingdom of God. An excellent and inspiring book for young people 12 and older. By Alex and Brett Harris

What GOV Says: We like this book because it captures a vision of a generation of young people who are refusing the world's immoral expectations for teenagers and embracing a God-given calling. This book has inspired, and continues to inspire, a whole host of people, even if they aren't teenagers anymore!

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Alex and Brett Harris founded TheRebelution.com at sixteen years old and co-authored two best-selling books by the age of twenty-one. The twins have been blessed to travel and speak in major cities around the world and have been featured nationally on ABC, CNN, MSNBC, and NPR, as well as in publications like the Wall Street Journal, Wired magazine, and The New York Times. They are sons of homeschool pioneers Gregg and Sono Harris and younger brothers of best-selling author Joshua Harris (I Kissed Dating Goodbye). Raised in Portland, Oregon, the brothers are graduates of Patrick Henry College.