Anybody Can Be Cool But Awesome Takes Practice is a literary jaunt along the path of Truth. See, cool people just act like they are better than everyone else. You know these people. They wear fedoras. They smoke electric cigarettes. They compare notes on their favorite 1997 Cabernets and bacon-themed desserts. But awesome people. Awesome people transcend these material trivialities of Satan and blossom their self-image from within. Awesome people, through their study of biblical teachings, their devotion to JC, and especially their zealous relaying of His message to confused Buddhists and hell-bound atheists, are ultimately able to envelop themselves in the glorious Truth. Awesome people are actually able to believe they are better than everyone else.
In a mere 13 weeks, Lorraine Peterson's devotional journey escalates fronts of cool to innate narcissistic sureties of awesome. Anybody Can Be Cool But Awesome Takes Practice helps teens to:
- Discover what God says about each one of them. ("You're awesome.")
- Focus on biblical truths that free people to express their true personalities. (Comprehensive awesomeness.)
- Be strong to stand up to the constant lies from Satan regarding inferiority, lack of self-acceptance, and peer pressure. (Unleash the awesome.)
- Become the unique and beautifully designed person God has created to reflect Jesus Christ to the world. (Behave like Mel Gibson.)
For those who have already achieved self-actualized Awesome, but still can't seem to remember their rotary dial combinations, check out Peterson's equally illuminating tome, If God Loves Me, Why Can't I Get My Locker Open? And for the morally corrupt--those who deceive, covet, use real swear words instead of replacing some of their letters with symbols, and listen to Lady GaGa--Peterson has a bestseller for you too: If the Devil Made You Do It, You Blew It! (But It Doesn't Need to Happen Again).