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This Changes Everything

How the Gospel Transforms the Teen Years
Written by: Jaquelle Crowe
Narrated by: Susan Hanfield
Length: 4 hrs and 38 mins

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The teen years have been hijacked - by fashion, music, movies, and games; by the pressures of school, peers, and society; and by superficial expectations set by the world. But there is something more glorious than all these influences that has the power to change the life of a teenager: the gospel. Written by a teenager for teenagers, This Changes Everything is a deeply theological yet practical and accessible book on how the gospel radically transforms every aspect of the teen years, including pursuing relationships, managing time, combating personal sin, and cultivating healthy habits. In a culture awash with low expectations for young people, this book exhorts teenagers to embrace a gospel-centered perspective on their lives and pursue wholehearted devotion to Christ now.

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  • Tulip
  • 07-08-19

the truth by a teenager for teenagers,

excellent book that takes God word and lay it out clear and concise. would recommend it for teenagers and adults

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  • Trev and Steph
  • 12-08-18

Fantastic book!!!

This book is very good. It is full of solid God honoring theology, faithful biblical truths, and strong practical applications. As a parent and youth pastor, I think every Christian teenager (and even adult) would benefit greatly from reading this book.

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  • Barry Oakes
  • 01-09-17

Not just for teens

Not just for teenagers. A very good book on the core issues of a Christian living. It is probably not for young teenagers. Personally, I found the reader's voice was annoying.