Young Adults (Ages 18-24)


Contrary to the attitudes of modern society, a parent’s work is not finished when the student earns a high school diploma! Inge Cannon’s focus here is on the “why and how” of transitioning from the authority relationship of parent and young child to an adult friendship knit by a common cause. As the primary mentors in young adult lives, parents need to motivate their children to make lasting spiritual commitments, establish edifying relationships, expand leadership skills, choose a career, avoid financial trouble, maintain moral purity, practice productive personal habits, distinguish idealism from workaholism, ground all discussions in Scripture, learn a servant’s heart, select the right mate, and much more.