What do you know about the Christian faith? How well do you know God and His plan for your life? This book
can help you sort it out, and take your faith to another level!
Consider God’s words of encouragement to teens: “Do
not let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set
an example an world, in conduct in life, in love.” (1 Tim.
4:12). A Teen's Guide to Christian Living will help you understand
the Christian faith and better know who God is. Each chapter
teaches a particular Christian topic and closes with thought-provoking
questions to help you put Christian principles into practice.
And, you’ll learn how teens such as yourself learned to
rely on God during a moment of truth in their lives.
Discover answers to
questions such as:
is God, and what does He expect of me?
• Does God love me no
matter what I have done?
• Is God with me all the time,
everywhere I go?
• Does God have a plan for my
life, and how am I to discover it?
• Does God care who my friends
are or who I date?
• Does God care what
I do for work or how I spend my time?
• Is there a “best” way
to pray, and how does prayer make a difference?
• Does God watch over
my family members — even if some of them don’t believe
• How can I serve and
follow God and still be a “regular” teen with “regular” life?
“This book is
to youth spiritual awareness what 9/11 became to patriotism. It is
a call to walk upright in a world where turbulence and confusion
often reign. In a world where our headlines are often filled with
tragedy and violence, young people the world over want to believe
that God still cares. A Teen's Guide to Christian Living is certain
to help today’s youth become more deeply and personally acquainted
with the Christian faith
— and thereby develop a personal relationship with God.”— Linda
and Millard Fuller, Habitat for Humanity International
“I always used
to feel uneasy about those at my school who pray before they eat.
I’m a Christian, too, but I didn’t exactly want to advertise
it. After reading this book, I realize I need to think more about
what God means to me — and less about what others think of
me for loving God.”— Brad Whiteside,