Cinnabon - Sounds like "Sin Upon".
Called "Mall Rats" in their nihilistic Secular culture, they can often be found hanging around malls after public school doing nothing constructive. Teens paradoxically desire to be "different" but also to fit in. Use this contradiction to your advantage by pointing out how all the people around them are "tools to Secularism" while offering them the chance to join in the Love of Christ. Emphasize "coolness" of Jesus and offer "Radical Salvation". Secularized teens usually can't read too well, so hand out colorful stickers instead of pamphlets.
Secularized teens usually can't read too well, so hand out colorful stickers instead of pamphlets.[/QUOTE]
This is really, really, reeeeeaaaaaaaaalllllllllllly pathetic :angry:
... how come non secularized teens dont get colorful stickers?!