After receiving the third proof copy, everything is a go for Freshman 15. Woo hoo!
I didn’t think I would ever see this day come. So, here’s how you can get your copy: the official release date will be Tuesday, May 26th online. I will post the link on how you can get your copy right here on my blog Tuesday morning. We will also have some in North Side’s bookstore hopefully the following Sunday.
I normally have a hard time promoting something I have done, but I don’t have a problem now because of two reasons.
- The answers in this book are God’s answers rather than mine – His ideas are a lot better. Each chapter is devoted to answer college student’s questions according to the biblical standard, and each chapter has small group discussion questions so that a college ministry could read it together.
- The proceeds will save a life. I can’t reveal the entire picture just yet, but God has led me down an incredible journey that has allowed a partnership between this book and an unbelievable ministry opportunity. I am so honored that I am going to be able to partner with this ministry organization. The only reason I can’t spell it out for you right now is that the details are still being ironed out on the specifics of how this book will help out. I promise you – very soon I will reveal on this blog on where the proceeds are going – and I think you would buy the book even if it wasn’t good just to be a part of this ministry endeavor (is that enough teaser for you?).
Here’s how you can help by getting the word out: You can become a Fan of the book on Facebook, or you can email your friends a link to this blog. Thank you for your prayers and pray that this book will help many college students in their desire to live for Jesus and also save a life. Thank you again!
Travis Agnew serves as the Lead Pastor of Rocky Creek Church in Greenville, SC. His most recent book is Distinctive Discipleship. He is married to Amanda and the father of two sons and one daughter. Travis graduated from North Greenville University with a B.A. in Christian Studies and earned his M.Div. and D.Min. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, with his doctoral focus on family discipleship.