Amy and I are always on the look out for tools and resources that will help our teens develop a passion for God and His Word. As a youth pastor, I am often asked by parents, what resources I would recommend for their teenagers. So when a tool comes along that I like and use, it makes good sense to me to share it with parents.
So on today's blog post, I want to share a resource that I really like, and have given to my own teens to use in their spiritual journey. The resources is the, One Minute Bible for Students, from Doug Fields and John R. Kohlenberger iii.
Each of our two teenage boys have received the One Minute Bible for Students and a journal. And in full disclosure, they never really took to the journal. However, they have used the One Minute Bible for Students. Likewise, the One Minute Bible for Students is still a resource that I often pass along to parents of students in our ministry.
So if you are looking for a way to encourage your teenagers to read God's Word, have a quiet time, and begin developing a life of prayer, Let me recommend to you, the One Minute Bible for Students, and a simple prayer journal.
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Hi we're Jay & Amy, and we've been married for 19 years and are super blessed to be busy raising our 5 kids; 4 boys and 1 girl. AND are now expecting number 6 in June of 2016!! We juggle the adventures of life and ministry and share what we are learning as it relates to marriage, family, raising kids, serving in the church, and chasing after Jesus. Raising a family is hard work, especially in today's culture. But our hope is to encourage you and your family, as we live for the glory of God.
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