Thrive Teen Devotional: Take the Turn for God in Just 5 Minutes a Day  -     By: Blaine Bartel
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Thrive Teen Devotional: Take the Turn for God in Just 5 Minutes a Day

Harrison House / 2006 / Paperback

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Get into "the know!" Discover what more than 2000 other teens have experienced from author and minister Blaine Bartel's Oneighty youth program...a real, action-packed, enthusiastic relationship with God.

The Oneighty Teen Devotional is motivated by a very simple challenge: Give five minutes a day to God for the next eight weeks and watch what happens. That means

  • Study ONE Scripture a day
  • Commit to EIGHT weeks
  • Take the ZERO pledge
At the end of eight weeks the Word of God is going to be more real and alive than ever before as you learn about friendships, self esteem, and prayer. You can do a Oneighty in your life---in only 5 minutes a day.

Blaine Bartel founded Thrive Communications, an organization dedicated to serving those who shape the local church. He is also currently leading a new church launch in a growing area of north Dallas.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Harrison House
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 7.5 X 5.5 (inches)
ISBN: 1577947770
ISBN-13: 9781577947776
Availability: In Stock

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At the end of the devotional, the Word of God is going to be more real and alive to the reader than ever before as they gain spiritual insights on issues like friendships, self esteem, and prayer. The good news is that when one's mind is renewed, they experience a radical 180-degree turnaround in every other area of their life, too.

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