Thursday, June 11, 2009

How to Avoid Messing up Your Life at a Young Age

How to find success. Photo Christian Newswire

How to Avoid Messing up Your Life at a Young Age

Youth pastor delivers practical and powerful techniques for youth and young adults in new book, Success Killers.

ATLANTA, June 10 /Christian Newswire/ -- It is so sad to see young people make decisions that mess up their life. Regrettably, it is more painful to see young people with supportive parents, loving family members, and concerned friends attempt to steer them in the correct direction, but still make terrible choices. Unknowingly, when most youth and young adults make bad decisions they are primarily hurting themselves. In his new self-published book Success Killers, Jerome Baker exposes nine things that most youth will encounter that can ruin their life.

Success Killers is an easy to read book that encourages and teaches this generation how to be more productive and how to avoid the traps and temptations that so often rob youth of being successful. With a straightforward approach, Success Killers gives personal testimonies and Biblical truths that today's young person can relate to and immediately apply. Success Killers also addresses issues teenagers must overcome in order to be productive in a fresh and thought provoking way.

Success Killers is available to purchase for $7.00 online at
ISBN #978-0-578-02291-8

For more information about Success Killers or the author please visit or email To order copies for bookstores, set an interview, or other requests please send an email to

About Author
Since 1995, Pastor Jerome Baker has happily served as the youth pastor at his local church. In addition, Pastor Baker also oversees the church's college outreach ministry. While hosting several annual youth conferences throughout the year, Jerome also mentors and speaks at schools, youth detention facilities, and churches.

Contact Information:
Office: 770-834-7885

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