This easy-to-read book gives the beginnings of answers to some of life's biggest questions.
This book answers your questions about teenage sexuality and relationships. Renowned sex therapist and educator, Patricia Weerakoon, explores the topics of sexual desire and arousal, falling in love and dating.
Bible-based advice to help teens live for Jesus every day, with every decision
Our God has always been a God of relationship. These ten studies look at how God blesses us in that relationship and builds us up through the gifts of prayer and his Word.
The last two books in the series are about living as a faithful disciple of Christ. Putting together all we have so far learnt, they look at how are we to be an effective witness for Christ, his ambassador and a faithful manager of God’s gift’s and blessings.
How does the Christian ‘put on’ the new life that is theirs in Christ? These eleven studies particularly focus on areas of personal obedience – following God’s roadmap, not our own.
No one suffered in the Bible more than Job. And yet his faith did not fail. These studies examine what it means to trust God, no matter what the circumstances. 5 studies.
Your go-to resource for building a vibrant youth ministry that is focused on growing disciples of Jesus
Focus on what really matters with this devotional on Ephesians, packed with lots of other fun girl-y stuff (and some more serious info) to help you survive exam stress. Also designed for your youth group.
Where do you go when everything seems dark? How do you live in a world where everyone around you seems to hate everything you love? How do you survive in the middle of a disaster zone?
This practical resource is a discussion guide for individuals and church groups to use in conjunction with A Life Already Started by Dr Megan Best.
How do we know what real love is? What should a Christian relationship look like? What is good sex and bad sex? 7 studies for Youth.
Coupled with unique free downloadable slideshows, these four studies on the book of Ruth explore the ongoing, deeply personal, work of an extraordinary God in the lives of ordinary people.
The Book of Esther shows us that there are no coincidences in life and reveals the God who is in control, even when we can't see it.
Do you ever find it difficult to know how to pray? When life is ‘up and down’, is it difficult to trust God knows what he is doing? These studies look at how God’s Old Testament people called on him in good times and bad, so today we can learn to do the same.