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In the teen edition of Every Day Deserves a Chance< bestselling author Max Lucado presents a fresh look at the day, including real-life teen stories, biblical accounts, and inspiring "Daylifters" loaded with the spiritual nutrition to give each day a chance to be great.
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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2012
Teens really do want to make a difference, but sometimes their attitudes get in the way!
Todays teens are faced with some big issues, and their attitudes can sometimes create even more struggles for their own lives and those around them. But best-selling author Max Lucado wants to teach teens that life is a gift and that gratitude is critical. With a little perspective, teens will see that God can help them overcome their ungrateful days, their stressed-out days, and even their catastrophic days. Life is not going to be perfect. When teens understand that and realize that God is their constant source of support, help, and blessings, even the difficult days can be faced with a cheerful spirit.
Make Every Day Count shows readers how to deal with each dayno matter what it throws at them. Real-life teen stories, biblical accounts, and inspiring Daylifters encourage teens to make each day count for God.
A study guide at the back of the book makes this a perfect choice for individual or group study.
Karen Smith5 Stars Out Of 5June 5, 2009Karen SmithI purchased this for my sixteen year old daughter and her response to this book is: "It is an awesome book to start your day with God and to look at each day with great potential. It also helps you to keep a positive attitude about everything from homework to chores. There is a lot of humor in it which makes it fun and enjoyable to read. I am so glad my mom bought me this book and I highly recommend it!!"
K Stephens3 Stars Out Of 5February 9, 2009K StephensThis is a good little devotional, my boys enjoyed it. Nothing too deep, but it did have situations they could relate with. Good pick.
Keli Diercks5 Stars Out Of 5January 9, 2009Keli DiercksWell written for teens! Gives a fresh perspective on starting each day anew. For some reason, I thought it would be a daily devotional book, but it's a chapter book. Easy read for teens, insightful, but not too complex. Plenty of humor & fun!
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