About the Author
Jonathan McKee is an expert on youth culture and the author of more
than twenty books, including If I Had a Parenting Do Over; 52 Ways
to Connect with Your Smartphone-Obsessed Kid; The Zombie Apocalypse
Survival Guide for Teenagers; and The Guy's Guide to God, Girls,
and the Phone in Your Pocket. He has over twenty years of
youth-ministry experience and speaks to parents and leaders
worldwide. For more from Jonathan, go to TheSource4Parents.com or
follow him on Twitter.com/InJonathansHead.
As the father of 11 grown sons (yes, 11 boys among 19 total
children), I would have loved a resource like this when my sons
were teenagers. Teen guys today will love Jonathan McKee's humor
and insight, and his perfect balance of caution and encouragement.
It's a clear map to the good life!
Senior Vice President, Orlando Magic
Author, THE LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE DEVOTIONAL
"Wow! Jonathan McKee hammered this one out of the park! The
Guy's Guide to God, Girls, and the Phone in Your Pocket,
in a language that boys and young men can relate to and understand.
This easy-to-digest little book teaches young males the wisdom they
need in order to be successful in life. It covers virtually every
topic (even the tough ones) that males struggle with today and
provides powerful solutions for them without preaching at them. If
I still had a boy at home, I'd be running to get this book!"
-Rick Johnson, bestselling author of That's My Son,
Better Dads Stronger Sons, and A Man in the
"Jonathan McKee's THE GUY'S GUIDE TO GOD, GIRLS, AND THE PHONE
IN YOUR POCKET
is refreshingly brutal. As a mom, sometimes it's
hard to know what's going through your teen son's head when it
comes to anything. That's where Jonathan comes in. With a casual
and warm tone, he advises boys on how to live--from the more
superficial (yet important) how to smell and sleep to the heavier
advice on how not to get entangled in porn, how to worship, and how
to take ownership of everyday tasks. The lessons are brief and
accessible. This book is a must-have for modern boys."
-Nancy French, New York Times Best-Selling Author
"Face it: You've outgrown diaries for 'wimpy kids' and so-called
dangerous books for boys. Now it's time for some brutal
honesty; some meaty, man-sized chunks of wisdom every guy must
hear: secrets about God, girls, grooming, friends, faith. . .and
what it means to be 'a man after God's own heart.' This book
delivers! Buy a copy for yourself and another for a friend, and
take to heart the good stuff packed in these pages."
--Michael Ross, bestselling author of Worry-Free Living
and a former youth editor at Focus on the Family
This book is amazing! It's a series of short Q&A essays to not
only help teens learn how to conquer their choices God's way but
also what to look for so they don't start heading down the wrong
My favorite part? As a girl reading it hit me that they weren't
pulled together in a specific format but then it hit me that the
book reminded me of a conversation with my teen sons. Short. To the
Point. No Fluff. Just Facts. Perfect for a teen's brain!--