Praying the Scriptures For Your Teens: Opening the Door For God's Provision in Their Lives
: Prayer can be your greatest asset and source of wisdom in raising teenagers in today's world. Now expanded, this book features updated content on issues like pornography, addiction, self-harm, anxiety, rebellion, technology use, dealing with disappointment, and more....
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Prayer can be your greatest asset and source of wisdom in raising teenagers in today's world. Now expanded, this book features updated content on issues like pornography, addiction, self-harm, anxiety, rebellion, technology use, dealing with disappointment, and more.
It's never been tougher to be a teenager--or the parent of one. Thankfully, from your teen's first date to the next time he or she borrows the car keys, you can take your concerns to God through prayer. Drawing on the power of God's Word, Praying the Scriptures for Your Teens equips you to pray about the difficult issues your teen may face:
Relationship challenges Doubts about their faith Depression Rejection Sexual purity Substance abuse Eating disorders ... and much more
This book also guides you in praying about everything from your teen's character and safety to the purposes and plans that God has for his or her future.
Filled with engaging illustrations, biblical insights, and compelling prayer principles, Praying the Scriptures for Your Teens shows how to make the Bible your source for prayers that can powerfully influence your teen's life. With a grace-filled approach and a warm, personal style, author Jodie Berndt encourages you that there is not a need your teen will face that God has not already thought of, and provided for, in his Word--and that, no matter how far away our kids may be, they are never out of his reach.
Jodie Berndt is the author of several books, including Celebration of Miracles, Praying the Scriptures for Your Children and Praying the Scriptures for your Teenagers. A frequent speaker at conferences, retreats, and church events, Berndt's passion is for raising and equipping kids and teenagers to love and serve the Lord. Berndt graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in English in 1984. She and Robert live in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with their children Hillary, Annesley, Virginia, and Robbie.