Books

Help! I’m Doubting

by Kelly Collier

Do you view salvation as a tightrope walk across a volcano, with an abyss into which you might fall if you take a misstep? Perhaps your mindset is focused entirely on yourself—your profession and your performance—always checking and double-checking. Is your harness secure? Have you done everything you needed to ensure your salvation? But for all this striving, are you unable to achieve the security for which you long? God wants you to be confident in your salvation. Salvation is a gift from God, but assurance of salvation is also a gift. Learn how your position in Christ provides all the security you need.

Help! I Need to Forgive

by Jim Newcomer

Forgiveness is one of the hardest things to do for the Christian teen. It is much easier to keep score and break friendships. Peter can definitely relate to this approach of being a scorekeeper of wrongs. And our Lord loves him and you too much to leave you there. Follow along as Jesus takes Peter on a much needed hike into a biblical understanding of true forgiveness. The journey is recorded in Matthew 18. The destination will be freeing!

Help! I Want to Stay Pure

by Zach Sparkman

Coming Soon!

Do you feel like battling lust is like trying to stop a tidal wave from crashing down on you? The truth is, even as a teenager, you can resist the temptation to lust. The battle for purity is a battle of faith, believing that God is more satisfying than any pleasure sexual lust gives. The Bible gives us hope-filled instruction about how to stay pure.

Help! I’m Lonely

by Matt Collier

Coming Soon!

In spite of being surrounded by people and continual access to social media, many teens like you feel lonelier than ever. Thankfully, God’s Word speaks into your loneliness. Jesus suffered the ultimate loneliness so that you can experience the genuine belonging you crave so deeply. It turns out that your feelings of loneliness are actually an invitation from God Himself. Your journey of belonging awaits.

“Unlike the many counseling resources we can find for adults, there are few directly relatable to teens and the issues they face. These mini-books bring the Scriptures to bear in a relevant way for both teens and those ministering to them.”
– Dr. Stuart Scott