In no age group is the search for purpose, direction, and God-given uniqueness felt more than in older teens. This book takes into account their unique concerns as they grapple with these most difficult of questions: Who am I? What...
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In no age group is the search for purpose, direction, and God-given uniqueness felt more than in older teens. This book takes into account their unique concerns as they grapple with these most difficult of questions: Who am I? What should I do with my life? Does God have a special place for me? 192 pages, from Bethany.
Teens' personal guide to discovering their God-given uniqueness. Contains engaging self-tests and inventories for Christian teens. A LifeKeys product.
Who am I? What are my God-given strengths, and what should I do with my life? Every teenager grapples with these important questions---this book will help them find answers! Packed with engaging stories, self-tests, and easy-to-use exercises, this practical resource will help teens discover their talents, values, and spiritual gifts.
This book uses engaging stories, self-tests, inventories, and other easy-to-follow exercises to help Christian teens ages 15 and over discover their talents, spiritual gifts, values, and personality types.
Jane A. G. Kise, Ed. D., is the coauthor of over a dozen books, including LifeKeys, Did You Get What You Prayed For? and Find Your Fit. In addition to school staff development consulting, she teaches seminars on prayer, spirituality, and finding meaning and purpose in life. She holds an MBA in finance from the Carlson School of Management and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of St. Thomas. She and her family reside in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Kevin Johnson is the bestselling author of more than twenty books for youth, including Can I Be a Christian Without Being Weird?; Catch the Wave and the Early Teen Discipleship series. A full-time author and speaker, he served as senior editor for adult nonfiction at Bethany House Publishers and pastored a group of more than 400 sixth through ninth graders at Elmbrook Church in metro Milwaukee. He now pastors Emmaus Road Church in metro Minneapolis,