The Guy's Guide will encourage your faith, challenge you spiritually, and give you real-life advice how to live out your faith in today s highly secularized culture, with distractions lurking around every corner. . . and just a click away.

As the father of 11 grown sons (yes, 11 boys among 19 total children), I would have loved a resource like this when my sons were teenagers. Teen guys today will love Jonathan McKee's humor and insight, and his perfect balance of caution and encouragement. It's a clear map to the good life!
- Pat Williams, Senior Vice President, Orlando Magic, Author, THE LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE DEVOTIONAL

"I'm the parent of a teenage guy and I've been a youth pastor for over 25 years and I've learned how tough it is for guys to ask for advice; I wish it wasn't, but it is. That's why I'm so excited about this book! Chances are somebody who really cares about you put it in your hands and hopes you'll read it. So start reading, and talk to somebody about what you're learning....I think you'll be glad you did!"
- Kurt Johnston, Saddleback Church, author My Faith, My Family, My Friends (from the Youth Specialties Middle School Survival Series)

“Wow! Jonathan McKee hammered this one out of the park! The Guy’s Guide to God, Girls, and the Phone in Your Pocket, speaks in a language that boys and young men can relate to and understand. This easy-to-digest little book teaches young males the wisdom they need in order to be successful in life. It covers virtually every topic (even the tough ones) that males struggle with today and provides powerful solutions for them without preaching at them. If I still had a boy at home, I’d be running to get this book!”
-Rick Johnson, bestselling author of That’s My Son, Better Dads Stronger Sons, and A Man in the Making

"Jonathan McKee's THE GUY'S GUIDE TO GOD, GIRLS, AND THE PHONE IN YOUR POCKET is refreshingly brutal. As a mom, sometimes it's hard to know what's going through your teen son's head when it comes to anything. That's where Jonathan comes in. With a casual and warm tone, he advises boys on how to live--from the more superficial (yet important) how to smell and sleep to the heavier advice on how not to get entangled in porn, how to worship, and how to take ownership of everyday tasks. The lessons are brief and accessible. This book is a must-have for modern boys."
-Nancy French, New York Times Best-Selling Author

"In young people's search for something real and relevant, Jonathan provides nothing but candid, authentic truth in 101 simple, comprehensible helpings. Jonathan's frank and honest approach makes this the exact type of guide today's young men will actually read."
- Cheri Fuller, speaker and author of What a Son Needs From His Mom, and other books

“Face it: You’ve outgrown diaries for ‘wimpy kids’ and so-called dangerous books for boys. Now it’s time for some brutal honesty; some meaty, man-sized chunks of wisdom every guy must hear: secrets about God, girls, grooming, friends, faith. . .and what it means to be ‘a man after God’s own heart.’ This book delivers! Buy a copy for yourself and another for a friend, and take to heart the good stuff packed in these pages.”
—Michael Ross, bestselling author of Worry-Free Living and a former youth editor at Focus on the Family

"As the father of a soon-to-be thirteen-year-old boy I read this book with not just a pro-fessional, but a personal interest. Jonathan McKee nailed it in this fast, fun, yet powerful book. He gives 101 practical tips for teenage boys to live a life that pleases God and im-pacts others. The insights Jonathan gives young Christian men are spot on and, with the exception of making sure you use deodorant, super biblical. Wait, after catching the scent of my son's laundry basket after a week of gym classes, I recant my previous statement. (If it's not biblical for teenage boys to wear deodorant, it should be!) But, seriously, you can be sure I'll be taking my boy through The Guy's Guide to God, Girls, and the Phone in Your Pocket. You should do the same, because as teenage boys apply these principles they will be more effective witnesses of the gospel of Jesus Christ with their friends, classmates, and teammates. Whether you're a youth pastor, small group leader, or father to teenage boys, this book will help them navigate the tricky waters of adolescence in the twenty-first century."
- Greg Stier, President of Dare 2 Share Ministries, Author Venti Jesus Please

"Guys, take notes! The Guy's Guide will help you be the kind of guy you really want to be. From opening the door for the ladies to talking to the homeless to mastering the screen so it doesn't master you, Jonathan is here to help you. He says it straight while making us laugh. His advice is simple, honest, and true. Thank you, Jonathan, for inspiring this young generation of men to be all that God designed them to be."
- Jennifer Strickland, author of Beautiful Lies for Young Women

This book is amazing! It’s a series of short Q&A essays to not only help teens learn how to conquer their choices God’s way but also what to look for so they don’t start heading down the wrong path. My favorite part? As a girl reading it hit me that they weren’t pulled together in a specific format but then it hit me that the book reminded me of a conversation with my teen sons. Short. To the Point. No Fluff. Just Facts. Perfect for a teen’s brain!
- Regina Hott Hott Books 2014-03-05

I read this book because I have a pre-teen son who is already having questions and concerns about not only becoming a man, but becoming a Godly man. This book was extremely helpful with all his questions and topics I didn't even know we SHOULD be discussing with him! It will definitely be a book that we will be referencing over and over again throughout his teenage years and also when his younger brother becomes a teenager. I will definitely be sharing this book with the youth pastors at my church!
- Jennifer Cabrera GoodReads 2014-07-08

The Guy's Guide melds spiritual and practical advice with humor—a winning combination for teens trying to navigate the ups and downs of real-life with confidence and wisdom. Guys will be encouraged and challenged with sound, biblically-based advice equipping them to live the Christian walk every day—while encountering some humorous, common-sense tips along the way.

101 real-life tips including...

- Today's nerd is tomorrow's boss.
- If you have to look over your shoulder to check if anyone's in the room, you probably shouldn't be typing it into the search engine.
- Learn a skill that would help you survive a zombie apocalypse.
- Losing your temper feels really good. . .for about 17 seconds. Keeping your cool feels even better. . .for the rest of the week.
- Realize most bad choices usually began five choices ago.
- If you have a TV in your bedroom, unplug it right now and move it to another room.

...and dozens more helpful hints provide spiritual, practical, and even humorous advice for navigating the challenges of your teen years with confidence and wisdom.