- Alongside Jesus
- Social Media Pressure
- The Jesus I Wish I Knew in Highschool
It’s ok to have questions about your faith. You aren’t the only one who has questions, and you shouldn’t be embarrassed by them. They may actually prove to be the very thing that leads you deeper into faith! In Discover: Questioning Your Way to Faith, veteran youth pastor Mike McGarry explores the twenty common questions teenagers ask, including: Why does God allow suffering? Why should we trust the Bible? Does God care about my sexual identity? and more.
Have you ever considered that Jesus could be walking alongside you? Like right now, in this very moment—even though you can’t see him. If you knew that for sure, how would it change your day? Your life? Because you can’t see or hear Jesus with your physical eyes and ears, walking with him takes a different kind of seeing and hearing. And as you learn to walk with him, your faith will grow, and your life will never be the same.
Social Media Pressure
Social Media Pressure helps show why social media can leave you feeling sad, anxious, and depressed and points to practical ways of turning to Jesus for rest and wholeness.
Statistics show that we (especially teens) spend most of our waking hours on screens, without a lot of direction on managing our online life. In this devotional, John Perritt, a longtime youth pastor, will guide you in making sure that your relationship with God remains at the center of your life without letting your phone take over.
The Jesus I Wish I Knew in Highschool
The pressure of being a teenager can be overwhelming. School, sports, jobs, and relationships all press in at the same time. But the hardest thing can be feeling alone, that you have no one to share your most difficult problems with. In The Jesus I Wish I Knew in High School, thirty authors such as Scott Sauls, Sandra McCracken, Michelle Reyes, and Jen Pollock Michel come together to share stories of their own high school struggles and what they wish they knew earlier: that the love, freedom, affection, and acceptance we all so desperately long for is available to us—in Jesus.
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