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eBook You Are Not Your Own: Living Loud for God ePub

by Steve Keels,Jason Perry

eBook You Are Not Your Own: Living Loud for God ePub
Author: Steve Keels,Jason Perry
Language: English
ISBN: 0805425918
ISBN13: 978-0805425918
Publisher: B & H Pub Group (March 1, 2002)
Pages: 127
Category: Education
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 200
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ePub file: 1612 kb
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Jason Perry, Steve Keels. But what is most important to Jason is encouraging his fans and audience to live their lives totally sold-out to Jesus Christ. In You Are Not Your Own, Jason encourages teens to take matters of At a casual glance, most people would think Jason Perry has it all. He travels the world to the adoration of fans everywhere as one fifth of the Christian pop sensation PlusOne. In You Are Not Your Own, Jason encourages teens to take matters of faith with the utmost seriousness.

Jason Perry became an adult while with the very popular Christian boy band Plus One (he left the group at the . Once you read this book, you will realize that he also grew up spiritually as well

Jason Perry became an adult while with the very popular Christian boy band Plus One (he left the group at the end of 2002). Once you read this book, you will realize that he also grew up spiritually as well. Think of "You Are Not Your Own: Living Loud For God" as an autobiography of Jason's walk with the Lord. Although it is a very short book (only 127 pages), Jason has bared his soul to us completely. Many people, especially those who grew up in the church, should be able to relate to Jason. God has worked wonders in Jason's.

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Jason wrote a book called "You Are Not Your Own: Living Loud For God". Jason is now attending Tennessee State University where he is majoring in communications and minoring in music. He will graduate in 2008.

Jason wrote a book called "You Are Not Your Own: Living Loud For God". Won the 2001 Dove Award for New Artist of the Year with Plus ONE. Had 4 other 2001 Dove Nominations with Plus ONE: Group of the year, Pop/comtemporary album of the year (the promise), Pop/comtemporary recorded song (written on my heart), and Song ofthe year ('Written on my heart').

his mentor told him to memorize 1st Thessalonians 4:1-12. God told him to write the book. What it's Like to Be Jason Perry. You Are Not Your Own. Why You'd Wanna Be Jason. 9. Jason started singing at what age?

his mentor told him to memorize 1st Thessalonians 4:1-12. Jason started singing at what age?

Jason Perry was born on June 1, 1982 in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, USA as Jason Wayne Perry.

Jason Perry was born on June 1, 1982 in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, USA as Jason Wayne Perry. Getting Started Contributor Zone . Contribute to This Page.

Great devotional book for teen Contemporary Christian music lovers!
Ballazan
This book totally blew me away!! My parents bought it for me when I was a young girl because I was obsessed with Jason Perry and thought he was the most amazing guy ever!! and when I got this book I really expected to just learn more stuff about him but what I didn't plan on reading was the depth and heart of this man of God. It was when I read his book that my mind switched from thinking like this little boy-crazy girl to thinking like a woman with respect for this man. I still love him to this day but I pray for God's will to be done in his life and him to be blessed!! I have bought several copies of this book for friends that I knew it would help. I even had my mom read it! It is really just THAT good of a book!!
Na
This is an amazing book - I read it when I was about 20 years old. It touched my heart so deeply to read about someone my own age who was living out loud for God. Jason opened his life up like a book and allowed us all to peak inside. I think it should challenge us all to do the same with our lives! I recommend this book for young adults and teenagers - to learn about how to truly live for God. Jason gives some very easy yet practical ways to truly live your life for Christ.
OCARO
Jason Perry became an adult while with the very popular Christian boy band Plus One (he left the group at the end of 2002). Once you read this book, you will realize that he also grew up spiritually as well.
Think of "You Are Not Your Own: Living Loud For God" as an autobiography of Jason's walk with the Lord. Although it is a very short book (only 127 pages), Jason has bared his soul to us completely. He not only shares the good, but the bad as well. Many people, especially those who grew up in the church, should be able to relate to Jason.
God has worked wonders in Jason's heart, which will become very obvious to you as you read the book. Though written for an audience his age and younger, even those like me who are (much) older will be touched by Jason's openness and honesty.
Thank you, Jason, for listening to the Lord and sharing with us. I have been truly blessed by it.
Gosar
Before coming across this book in a "secular" book store, I had never heard of Jason Perry or Plus One. I don't believe in accidents-this was a true blessing from God-a gift straight from His hand to mine. I am a parent of two teenage daughters and a young son and I plan to read this book with each of my daughters and with my son at the appropriate time. I also coach the cheerleaders at my kids' school and plan to use Jason's book during our devotional time. This book has given me some insight and confidence to address some issues with "my girls" (cheerleaders). I am a coach only because I have a strong desire to impact their lives for Christ-not much else-because I really don't know much about cheerleading! I pray that God will continue to bless Jason in a marvelous way and others through him as well.
superstar
Let me admit it right off, I'm a fifteen year old girl who's a Plus ONE fan and Jason is probably my favorite member. Does it surprise you that I'm interested in this book? When I first started reading it, I noticed right away that Jason had help, and some techniques of a more experienced author stood out against words that I knew were his. He said himself: "I don't even like to read, how can I write a book?" So why did he write a book? It wasn't because he had a passion for writing or wanted to create a #1 best selling huge moneymaker. He wrote it anyway because he had something to say and he knew God wanted him to say it. I'm sure a lot of girls picked up the book because they liked the guy on the cover. But as they read I'm sure they found out this isn't about Jason Perry, it's about God and what He's done in J's life. I found it very inspiring. If Jason could live his life like he was totally in love with God, why couldn't I? It struck me that my parents would like this book. He said some of the exact same things they've been having a difficult time trying to convince me of, but as soon as I heard it from him, I immediately accepted it. It's nice to hear Godly advice from someone who's older, more mature and experienced, but who is close enough to our age to still deal with the same issues we are. As I read on, I found out that Jason has some great thoughts on the benefits of purity, the fulfillment caused by giving everything to God, the value of Bible memory, making good choices about what kind of music to listen to, and what kind of friends to hang out with, and how to act towards the Plus ONE guys if you ever meet them. What I've learned from Jason has greatly affected some of my decisions; few people that I've never met have influenced me so much. If you're a teen and you want a book that will help you deepen your relationship with God, here you go, and if you're already a Jason appreciator it will feel like you're getting council from a good friend. Now, what don't I like about this book? Can I find something, or am I too biased as a fan to admit that even the Plus-Oners can make mistakes? Let me think, Jason does his job by including info about what it's like to be in the band, he includes lots of Bible verses, the content and sincerity are admirable and he doesn't make his story too long or boring. Maybe I would complain that his face being on the cover is to self-promoting, but that's how people recognize him anyway. Don't all previously famous book writers do that? Finale verdict: No complaints, only compliments, to the author of "You are not Your Own."
Mot
... when i read Jason's book i was amazed... he's so open in the book. he tells things that if it were me i'd be kinda afraid to share with people. Jason isn't amazing because he's cute or he has a good voice or because he wrote a book, Jason is who he is because God made him that way. God has used Jason, and the guys of Plus One in my life through their music. I would definately recommend Jason's book to any teen(or even adult probably). I know this is a "you are not your own" review......
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