Item description for A Life God Rewards for Teens (Breakthrough Series) by Bruce Wilkinson...
Overview Who says that only grownups can change the world? Showing young people the link between now and the afterlife, Wilkinson uses true-life stories, Scriptures, and interactive questions to teach today's teens how to begin serving God with all their hearts, right away. Eternity begins today---so seize the moment and make it count forever!
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.3" Width: 4.7" Height: 0.7" Weight: 38 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2002
Publisher Multnomah Publishers
ISBN 1590520777 ISBN13 9781590520772
Availability 0 units.
More About Bruce Wilkinson
Bruce Wilkinson Bruce Wilkinson is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Prayer of Jabez(R) and Secrets of the Vine(R), The Dream Giver, as well as numerous other books. He serves as the chairman of Dream for Africa, Global Vision Resources, and Ovation Productions. Bruce and his wife, Darlene Marie, have three children and six grandchildren. They divide their time between Georgia and South Africa. David Kopp David Kopp is a writer and editor living in Oregon.
Bruce Wilkinson currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia. Bruce Wilkinson was born in 1947.
Bruce Wilkinson has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about A Life God Rewards for Teens (Breakthrough Series)?
GOOD FOR NEW CHRISTIANS, NOT FOR OLDER ONES Dec 5, 2002
I am a teen and I read this book, thinking it would be as good as the previous two in the series. Don't get me wrong--this book is very good! But it is not worth your time if you are a Christian--and have been for some time. (In my case, 6 years.) Bruce Wilkinson talks about the rewards you can get in Heaven. He also talks about living your life for eternity and not for just now, and gives a really good example of it. He does make you rethink who you are living for--God or the world--but other than that, this book had no surprises for me. I would not recommend it for the older Christian. If you are active in a Christian church, chances are your pastor has spoken volumes on the subject. I would recommend this book for new Christians, though. If you have been a born-again Christian for more than two years, chances are you will find this book boring.