Since 1998, this week of October has been designated National Teen Read Week. From libraries to schools, it’s been a time to encourage and inspire teenagers in a love for more reading, and discovering new books.
As long as we kept our eyes focused on our common identity in Jesus, we were able to loosen the grip on our smaller cultural identities that we had held onto for so long.
“Don’t listen to any names other than the ones God calls you.”
By Aubrey Sampson, author of the book Known
God is the only being whose speech cannot be separated from his acts.
“God’s Word doesn’t seem to order us to use human efforts to banish fear.
“The trick is to teach yourself to read in small sips as well as long swallows.” -Stephen King
By Matt Freeman
It’s summertime and the reading is easy.
The key that will set you free is knowing God’s Word inside and out.
Father’s Day is next weekend. For those who have had their gifts picked out, shipped, and wrapped already, this post is for you, too: to share with your well-meaning but last-minute shopper friends and family.
This article is adapted from Your Brain is Always Listening by Daniel G. Amen, MD. Part of our Mental Health Awareness Month book series.
Has God asked you to show love to
someone? Love that person now.
Excerpted from Hope For Healing by Reggie Anderson and Jennifer Schuchmann
My child, pay attention to what I say. Listen carefully to my words.