Why is God Looking For Friends?
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No one likes to be alone. No one likes:^being ignored by friends ^feeling invisible in the lunchroom ^sitting at home on the weekend^Basically, being alone is about as much fun as pouring lemon juice in a paper cut.^But wait!^^God didn't design any of us to float through life alone. In fact, He created us to be friends-with others and with Him. He built each of us a brain, injected feelings, and set us loose to develop relationships with each other. We are destined to love others and be loved.^^Sometimes, though, relationships don't work out quite so perfectly. We might feel rejected by classmates, or blow up at our best friend for no reason, or be ignored at home. Hey, there's good news. God has a plan to fix things. That's what the Bible-and this book-is all about.^^The forty-five short devotionals in this book are written specifically for the needs of junior highers, with topics ranging from:^Understanding God's plan for our lives. ^Establishing a friendship with Jesus Christ. ^Getting along with friends and family.
A teen devotional for junior highers on the all-consuming ache for real friendships -- with God and others. Same format as Can I Be a Christian Without Being Weird?
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,