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True (Words From the Rock) - A Teen Devotional - cover

True (Words From the Rock) - A Teen Devotional

Melody Carlson

Publisher: Revell

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Teens are already devoted followers of Melody Carlson's fiction series. But based on thousands of personal letters to Carlson, she knows they want more. They're looking for substance and spiritual guidance that can make a difference in their lives.True introduces teens to the Bible by focusing on the words of Jesus. Carlson shares with her faithful readers the life-changing message of Jesus, giving them something to lean on in the turbulent time that is adolescence. This 90-day devotional will strengthen teens' faith and help them start studying the Bible for all its worth.

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