I had grown up in a great church, had a high regard for the Bible, and was confident I was a Christian. But early in college I was accosted with the actuality that there are not just millions, but billions of people in the world who are not Christians. Did that mean they are all wrong?
By Lindsey Carlson. Your teen years matter. Of all the ways you're learning and changing during the busy teenage years, your growth in Christ is the most important.
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This beautiful Heaven and Earth Wall Calendar will draw you to a theme each month to reflect upon. A passage of Scripture for each month allows for meditation on the theme for that specific month. This wall calendar will surely cause you to appreciate those wonderful graces the Lord gives us.
Teach them to pray. Then put them in a position where they have to mission trips, evangelistic excursions, spiritual challenges, etc. Instead of another Bible lesson, tackle a tough, culturally relevant question Is homosexuality a sin?
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Summer break is almost here; you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. No school, the ability to see your friends, and a less hectic schedule are within your grasp. As the summer approaches, I wanted to give you a list of books to choose from to fill up the boring days that will benefit your life and be more productive than scrolling through your feeds or binge watching shows on Netflix .
Here, then, is a list of ten great books every Christian teen ought to read—or at least consider reading. Please note that these are not necessarily the ten best books your teens will read in their lifetime. Not all of these books will stand the test of time as Christian classics. But each of them is suited to twenty-first century teenaged readers and together they will provide a foundation for the Christian life that will prove both deep and wide.