Courageous Teens Review

Once again I turned to my daughter Peanut to read and review a book for me. This next one is called Courageous Teens written by Michael Catt and Amy Parker. It is a book spin of the movie Courageous but as the title indicates it’s especially for teens. By the sounds of Peanut’s review she was pretty impressed. So read on…

Courageous Teens Review

I loved Courageous Teens. It really convicted me not to want to be happy being an average Christian or a second best Christian. It motivated me to want to be the best Christian I can be. It was really encouraging.

I liked the fact that the book had questions at the end of each chapter. The questions challenged me to want to try to be a better Christian or better person and to trust God more.

I will definitely read this book over and over again. It was an awesome book.

Two thumbs up for me!

Theresa here, I think this sounds like a great gift idea for a teen in your life who needs enouragement in their faith walk.

on behalf of Peanut.

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8 comments

  1. HilLesha says:

    Sounds like a great book!

  2. Jennifer says:

    what a great book. Being the best you can be is the only way

  3. It’s nice that it has questions for reflection at the end of the chapters.

  4. It sounds like a positive, good read.

  5. Maryann says:

    What an interesting idea. I haven’t been super connected to God lately and I am always interested in people that are.

  6. What a lovely book, it sounds like adults can use it too!

  7. Courtney says:

    Sounds like a great read!

  8. Toni says:

    what a wonderful book for kids. I definitely need to get my son to read it in the next year or two as he is entering his teen year.

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