Gold Medallion Book Award
1983 - 1987

 

1987
Handling Your Hormones,   Jim Burns   YA 306.7 BUR
In a society permeated by sex and permissiveness, straight answers to questions about sexuality are still hard to come by. In “Handling Your Hormones”, Jim Burns offers the “straight scoop” about issues important to today’s young people.

1986

Judge For Yourself,    Steve and Alice Lawhead
                                                                                        

1985

You Can Make A Difference,   Tony Campolo  YA 248.8 CAM
Best-selling Christian author and popular motivational speaker Tony Campolo helps move youth ages 13-21 beyond indifference and good intentions by motivating them to start making a real difference in their own lives and their world.

1984

Putting God First,   Jim Burns; David Bundschuh, Illustrator

The Christian Kids Almanac,   Robert G. Flood; Britt Taylor Collins, Illustrator

Why Isn't God Giving Cash Prizes?   Lorraine Peterson

Why Isn't God Giving Cash Prizes? squarely faces issues with which teens are confronted every day at school, on the job, and among their peers. This book will help Christian teenagers to a more accurate understanding of themselves and the influences  which surround them.

 

1983

How To Be Your Own Selfish Pig   Susan Schaeffer Macauley

Suzanne Schaeffer is the daughter of the late great Christian thinker, Francis. She takes the ideas of his work and puts them in down to earth, humorous but compelling language. Even better, the cartoons are excellent. This book is intensely human, serious and will take you behind the scenes of what you believe, while splitting your sides with laughter.