Thursday, January 2, 2014

One God, One Plan, One Life Teen Devotions *Review & Giveaway



2014, can you even believe it!
I love when the new calendar changes, and I can crack open a new (or one I never finished) devotional. What a wonderful time of year to get back on track with your devotions whether that is morning or evening. What about for our teens? 


One God, One Plan, One Life

Max Lucado

A 365 Devotional


These devotions for teens are based on Max Lucado’s writings and helps teens find ways to connect with God and live the life he has planned for them.
This devotional is dated, so you can jump right in on the day that matches the calendar. If you miss a day, no problem they are not all interconnected, just jump back in there.
One page per devotion, easy to fit in a busy teen’s life.
The devotions include topics like;
Being made in God’s image
Prayer
Timely Help from God
Failures

The topics are both bible stories for examples and real life situations.
In addition to the devotions, there is a Bible reading plan in the back of the book. Teens can journey on 30 days with Jesus, or 90 days through the Bible to get them started on a habit of digging into the word. The devotions combined with scripture reading would be very rewarding for your teen.

Thomas Nelson is offering one of my readers a copy of this inspiriting devotional for teens!
US Only
Ends January 13




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9 comments:

S C said...

It's hard to walk with God sometimes when they feel unsure of themselves already and peer pressure is huge.
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Katie said...

I think all the pressures from their peers and schools can be overwhelming.

AMY said...

I think a lot of times they have too many other activities.

Kayla Rice said...

So many distractions!

Kera Adams said...

Everything is distracting as a teenager. Friends, sports, school, video games...

Emillie Rose said...

I think friends/boyfriends can be a very big distraction for teens.

Ashley Fryer said...

I think teens are more focused on what others think about them that they are trying to impress others and forget to put their focus on God.

thia beniash said...

The opposite sex.

Melissa said...

Hormones, peer pressure, lots of things can affect how teens feel about God.

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