Devotionals and Study Guides
Bible Study: A Student’s Guide by Jon Nielson. This resource was written specifically for teens who are eager to learn how to study the Bible. First and foremost, Nielson shifts the focus of Bible study from self to God, so that students begin to see Him revealed through His Word.
Get Your Story Straight: A Teen’s Guide to Learning and Living the Gospel by Kristen Hatton. Written by frequent Rooted contributor Kristen Hatton, Get Your Story Straight is a unique, 52-week devotional book to help teens and young adults discover the incredible news that God really is the hero of their story.
Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World by Kristen Hatton. In this easy-to-read guide, Kristen Hatton takes girls on a step-by-step, hope-filled journey toward understanding who they are, who loves them, and how to live out of that love every day.
Radically Different: A Student’s Guide to Community by Champ Thornton. By examining life through the biblical lenses of Creation, Fall, and Redemption, readers can explore how God’s Word untangles the twists of life.
New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp. Tripp’s devotion is solidly gospel-centered, clear-eyed, and encouraging. Teenagers will read the gospel every single day in this devotional and be directed to corresponding passages in scripture both familiar and unfamiliar. There is no better guide for learning how the gospel truly permeates every facet of our lives and what it means for anyone who chooses to believe.
The Mockingbird Devotional: Good News for Today (and Everyday) by Mockingbird. Underneath the ministry of Mockingbird “lies the conviction that none of us ever move beyond our need to hear the basic good news of God’s Grace.” This devotion gives readers daily reminders of that grace; what more could parents want their kids to read? Full of humor, wit, and pop culture references, this volume brings the gospel home in each day’s reading selection.